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How to Watch ‘Fire Fight Australia’ Online – Live Stream the Show!

By Gabriela Vatu / February 28, 2020

As huge portions of Australia were devastated by wildfires, the world rallied together to help the nation. Besides the donations and help sent to Australia, stars have also shown their support by participating in the Fire Fight Australia, a musical event where all proceeds were donated. Now, Fox is going to broadcast a special on the Fire Fight Australia and we plan to watch the concert online, so let's see how we can do this.

Fire Fight Australia was actually held on February 16th at the ANZ Stadium. Locally, the event was broadcast live by Fox8 and Foxtel. Now, a couple of weeks later, the event will also be available for American fans, with Fox vowing to donate all proceeds to The Foundation for Rural & Regional Renewal, which works to help Australian rural communities affected the wildfires.

Olivia Newton-John will provide coverage of the concert for the Fox special. With the original concert lasting for hours and Fox squeezing the whole event into an hour-long special, the performances are going to be cut down for all artists and some may even be left out altogether. Either way, here's the full list of performers (in alphabetical order) for the Fire Fight Australia event:

When and Where to Watch Fire Fight Australia?

The Fire Fight Australia special is scheduled for Saturday, February 29th, on Fox. The event will last for an hour and will start at 11 PM.

How Can I Live Stream Fire Fight Australia?

We spend so much time online these days that it's only natural that we'd also start watching TV in the same way too. After all, this means there are a ton of platforms out there to help us view a lot of channels, including Fox. One of the best ways to do this is to go for Hulu, which has a cool single-bundle service to offer. Start your 7-day free trial on Hulu now!

Besides the main bundle, Hulu also has a bunch of channel packs available, as well as several premium networks, making this a pretty awesome service to try out. Also, when you subscribe to the live TV platform, you also get to enjoy everything that's available in the on-demand service. Hulu works on pretty much any device you have at home, whether we're talking about iOS or Android phones, Apple TV, Android TV, Fire TV, Chromecast, Roku, smart TVs, or gaming consoles. (Note: Fox is a channel that only streams in select markets, so if you live in an area that doesn't have coverage, you can use a VPN to connect to a server that's in a different city where the channel is available in. You can find out more details by clicking here.)

Here's how you can sign up for Hulu:

Other Ways to Watch Fire Fight Australia

Sling TV - Another platform where you can find Fox is Sling TV, which has three bundles. However, Fox is only present in two of these bundles - Blue and Orange + Blue. Each of these has a special channel combination and a price, but they also come with different perks. Basically, if you go for the Blue bundle you'll get to watch content on three devices simultaneously, while the Orange + Blue bundle will bring you four simultaneous streams. Start your Sling TV subscription by saving some money on your first month! There are a ton of channel packs available to help you customize your plan and plenty of premium networks.

fuboTV - One platform that's pretty cool is fuboTV, which has a single bundle of channels that includes Fox. Start your fuboTV subscription with a week-long trial! Then, if you want more content, there are a ton of channel packs to add, as well as a few premium networks.

How Can I Watch Fire Fight Australia When Traveling Outside of the US?

You may be surprised to find out that when you travel the world, you lose access to the platforms you're accustomed to using day in and day out. This happens because all live TV and streaming services are geoblocked due to the contracts they signed which prevent them from broadcasting content beyond US borders.

This can be annoying, but it's something you can fix by changing your IP address. Using a VPN to do the job for you is super simple, especially if you go for ExpressVPN, which is our recommendation. The service has thousands of servers all over the world, including dozens in the US, and some great encryption protocols that are put to use to protect your privacy.

Here's how you can use ExpressVPN to unblock your streams:

Can I Watch Fire Fight Australia On the Fox Website?

Sure, you can! The Fox website carries a live stream that you can access simply by logging into an account. In order to do this, you have to use credentials from your TV provider, which can be a live TV service or a cable company. (Note: The Fox live stream is geoblocked, so if you want to access it when you're traveling the world, you'll need to use a VPN. Click here to find out what you have to do to make things work.)

Can I Watch Fire Fight Australia with a TV Antenna?

Yes! Fox is one of the channels that continues to broadcast over the air. This means that you can use a TV antenna to enjoy the content if the network streams in your area. These devices are super cool and they are easy to use, as well as pretty cheap while providing you access to dozens of local channels for free.

You should visit a site like NoCable to figure out how far the broadcast stations in the US are. This will enable you to figure out whether it's possible to watch Fox with an antenna in your area, as well as how far the stations are from your home. This will enable you to figure out what range should be covered by your device so you can enjoy as many networks as possible.

Can I Watch Fire Fight Australia Later?

Well, it's a bit unclear right now whether there's going to be a rerun for the show or whether they'll upload it to the Fox website like they do many shows, but you can definitely give it a try and check out Fox in the days after the original air date. Otherwise, if you subscribe to any of the platforms we mentioned, you can set them to record the show for you, so you can watch it anytime you want.



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