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Stream a world-renowned performance to your audience. For free.

(and make a profit from it)

Offer & deliver the critically-acclaimed Rhythm of The Dance production performed by The National Dance Company of Ireland to your audience. Submit a free stream request now so you can start selling online access tickets ASAP.

Rhythm of The Dance Teaser Trailer

Available Stream Dates: March 1 -31, 2022

The Details At A Glance

This Show is a Big Deal

Rhythm of the Dance was first created in 1998. This show has toured internationally for 20+ years in over 57 countries and

has been seen by over 7 million people. It is rated as one of the most popular and busiest Irish step dance shows in the world. It's the perfect attraction for St. Patrick's Day weekend next year.

Generate Ticket Sales Without Expenses

WatchLive by design is free for presenters to use. You don't pay a dime while working with us to get this stream set up. You set the online access ticket price. You make the revenue. This service allows you to leverage a new source of income and offers a risk-free way of getting started in streaming. Your only expense is the fee you negotiate with the Dance Company, a flat fee, or a percentage of access fees you collect.

How To Set This Up

Contact us today. We'll set up your online ticket paywall & go over the details of setting up your stream for the performance's available dates of March 1 - 31, 2021 so that you can start selling online tickets to your audience as soon as possible.

Click here to get started.

Why are we offering this performance?

To help small & medium-sized venues regain lost income due to the crippling economic impacts of COVID-19, this production has partnered with us to offer their performance to all presenters via live stream that can be offered to audiences during the 2021 St. Patrick's Day weekend or before. You just have to set the ticket price & work with the company to negotiate a flat fee or a percentage of the access fees you collect.

Get a stream date secured by starting here.


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