Fun.'s San Francisco Concert Streaming

Watch the theatrical rockers' Nob Hill set live

May 31, 2013 2:35 PM ET
Nate Ruess of Fun. performs in New York City.
Nate Ruess of Fun. performs in New York City.
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Tonight, fun. are going to rock San Francisco's Nob Hill Masonic Center. If you can't make it, though, you're in luck - come back here at 9 p.m. PST to catch a stream of the "We Are Young" stars' set as it unfolds.

Video: Fun. Wonder 'Why Am I the One'

The show is the last of Yahoo's On the Road tour, as well as fun.'s final performance before they kick off a summer tour on June 27th in Milwaukee. Check back tonight for the live stream and enjoy the show wherever you are.

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