Area 51 Live Stream: How To Watch Alienstock Online As It Happens
It seems like just yesterday that millions of people were determined to storm Area 51 in order to discover alien secrets. Now the day is here and inevitably the entire thing has just turned into a piss up and everyone is looking for a live stream.
Entrepreneurs have capitalised on the Facebook event to turn part of the Nevada desert into a festival named Alienstock. Confusingly there's also another Alienstock taking place at the Downtown Las Vegas Events Centre which promises both EDM and unique space-themed art.
Some people have likened the festival in the desert to Fyre Festival 2.0, so there aren't going to be any official streams in case its a disaster. All the more reason to watch we say.
If you want to watch the mass gathering in the desert though, you'll have to be fast as it's been reported that the government have been shutting streams down across platforms such as YouTube and Twitch.
So the best way of finding a stream is by looking through Twitter and Facebook for videos popping up over the next few hours.
According to podcaster Sarah Fraser, two thousand people had already turned up for the event last night, so things could get a little crazy.
If you do tune into a live stream, you'll definitely capture some out of this world sights.
Judge for yourself. This is the Main stage for #AlienStock and Storming Area 51! Well over 2k people here. Things are gonna get crazy tonight #area51raid #StormArea51 pic.twitter.com/j9e2xmP48x
- Sarah Fraser (@heyfrase) September 19, 2019
The clip showed KTNV news reporter Joe Bartels reporting live from Rachel to cover the final preparations for Alienstock. Bartels said: "There's lots of campers and RVs because there's no hotel rooms in this isolated area.
"But there are people, we're told, coming in from around the world and especially across the country interested to see what happens after that viral idea to storm Area 51 - that secret military base not far from here.
"Authorities are expecting up to 30,000 people to show up during the course of this three-day music festival which begins tonight."
But as he signed off the segment, explaining KTNV would be returning later that day with more coverage, he was upstaged brilliantly by an anonymous person behind him, Naruto running past the camera - a reference to the original event's description, which told people: "If we naruto run, we can move faster than their bullets. Let's see them aliens."
Something tells us that UFOs won't be the weirdest thing we see on the live streams today.
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