The Flaming Lips Will Attempt To Make History Tomorrow On

by (@zaragolden)

Jay-Z, hold onto your hat, because the O Music Awards kick off tomorrow night at 7:30 p.m. ET and that means the Flaming Lips are gunning for your record. Over the next day, in conjunction with the awards ceremony and with the help of a few friends and a bus named “Endeavor,” the Flaming Lips will attempt to best Hov’s record for most concerts performed in multiple cities in a 24-hour time period by playing eight shows between Memphis, TN and New Orleans. Along the way, they will be joined by Jackson Browne, Karmin, Neon Trees, Grace Potter & The Nocturnals, Grimes, as well as a slew of other artists and hosts.

And you can watch the whole thing, as it goes down. The record breaking attempt and the awards ceremony that will be broadcast on VH1, as well as on our sister stations MTV and CMT; and the full 24-hour record-breaking attempt will stream live on

Anything can happen, and you won’t miss a thing. Check out the full schedule below:

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27 (All times ET)
7:30PM ET – The Flaming Lips in Memphis, TN
7:55PM ET – Karmin at Sun Records
8:30PM ET – Gary Clarke JR. in Clarksdale, MS
10PM ET – The Flaming Lips in Clarksdale, MS
10:30PM ET – Grace Potter and The Nocturnals in Oxford, MS

12:30AM ET – The Flaming Lips in Oxford, MS
2:15AM ET – Big Freedia in New Orleans, LA
3:45AM ET – Neon Indian in Jackson, MS
5AM ET – The Flaming Lips in Jackson, MS
7:30AM ET – Hunter Hayes in Hattiesburg, MS
8:45AM ET – The Flaming Lips in Hattiesburg. MS
10:45AM ET – Neon Trees in Biloxi, MS
12PM ET – The Flaming Lips in Biloxi, MS
2:45PM ET – Givers in Baton Rouge, LA
3:45PM ET – The Flaming Lips in Baton Rouge, LA
6PM ET – Grimes in New Orleans, LA
7PM ET – The Flaming Lips in New Orleans, LA

[Photos: Getty Images]

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