The Cure Are Livestreaming Their 'Disintegration' Anniversary Show

You can watch them perform their classic album on May 30
The Cure Are Livestreaming Their 'Disintegration' Anniversary Show
Photo: Stephen McGill
Today marks the 30th anniversary of the Cure's Disintegration, and to mark the occasion, the band will livestream an anniversary performance of their classic 1989 studio album from Australia later this month.

The band have added a fifth performance their residency at Vivid LIVE outside the Sydney Opera House. The livestream performance will take place May 30 at 8 p.m. AEST (6 a.m. EDT), with listeners around the globe able to tune in through Facebook and YouTube.

"We look forward to celebrating the anniversary of this special album with you all," the band's Robert Smith wrote in a statement. "And remember: this album was mixed to be played loud… so turn it up!"

The performance is directed by Nick Wickham. Fans unable to tune into the livestream will be able to watch it on demand through the Sydney Opera House's YouTube channel and Facebook page for a limited time following the May 30 performance.

Fans who were unsuccessful in getting tickets to the initial four-date residency through the band's ballot entry system will be entered into a draw to get their hands on stubs for the final show. Further details are available here.

Late last year, Smith revealed that the band were at work on their first album in more than a decade. The Cure's latest album was 2008's 4:13 Dream.