London Music Venues With Cameras Streaming to the Web

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London Music Venues With Cameras Streaming to the Web
Webcams push parties in London out to the web. (webcam image by RéGIs Verger from Fotolia.com)

If you are planning to head to London and want to take a closer look at what live music you might find there, use the web. A handful of music venues in the city have installed live cameras that feed to the web so that you can see the action taking place inside the club before you even get there.

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Belushi's Bar

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The O2

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The Notting Hill Carnival

The Notting Hill Carnival is an event that happens in the Notting Hill area of London every August and has since 1966. It is known as Europe's largest festival of any type. Annually, over one million people take to the streets for the event and to listen to some of the hottest music acts in the world play live. There are over 40 stages and static sound systems located throughout the 20 mile stretch of the festival and many offer live free camera feeds to the Internet so people from all over the world can see the party take place.

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