Looking for a specific event? Try searching for it or contact the organization hosting the event regarding their event's livestream.
Watching an event on Livestream can take place in any of the following ways:
Livestream Event pages work on most major browsers on Windows and macOS. We recommend using Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or Safari when viewing Livestream from your computer. It’s best to update your browser whenever possible.
If you are having trouble viewing a live event on Livestream, it's possible the producer is sending the stream at a bitrate higher than your connection can handle. Check your download speed at http://www.speedtest.net/. We also recommend clearing your browser’s cache and ensuring your browser is updated to the most recent version.
Live video streamed to Livestream is viewable on most iOS and Android mobile browsers.
Open the browser on your mobile device. You can either type in livestream.com/watch and use the search tool to find an event you are looking for or type in the full URL of the event you are looking for if you know it.
When you arrive at the event page, click the play button on the player in the browser to open the live player. The same applies to any event whose live player is embedded on a different website.
You will need to log in to a Livestream account. If you don’t have an account you can sign up for one directly from the app. Enter your name, email address, and create a password. You will be able to access your account immediately.
Once you are logged in, you can follow accounts and search for accounts and events.
Learn more here.
Owners of the 4th generation or higher of Apple TV can install the free Livestream tvOS app to their device.
When you open the Livestream channel you can select from any of the events featured on Livestream. A search function can be found at the top of the main page to find a specific account, event, or video on demand to watch. There is no need to log into an account.
Learn more here.