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Frequently Asked Questions

Please explore our frequently asked technical questions below.

How do I register to watch the show?
Registration is available by clicking on the Reserve Your Spot button at watch.aicgold.com. The process will ask you to provide an email address and set a password.

Does the concert cost?
No, the concert is provided free-of-charge thanks to the generosity of Harmony Foundation International. We invite you to support HFI and make a donation.

Once the live show begins, how do I access the event?
If you already have a login and have registered previously, simply login and look for the large Watch Now button. The button will appear once the live show is available for viewing (according to the posted time). If you have logged in and do not see the Watch Now button, it means the live show is not available for viewing yet. At the posted time, you can refresh your browser and the Watch Now button will appear.

Can I watch on any device (ie. laptop, desktop, tablet, phone, etc)
Yes! The stream is supported on major devices, including laptops, desktops, tablets, and phones. No viewing requirements or plugins are required. Note that the stream does not function well on older Internet Explorer browsers as those browsers are no longer support by Microsoft.

Does the stream have a DVR? Or, can I pause and rewind?
Yes, the stream player supports a 3-hour DVR function that allows you to pause and rewind the live show within the defined 3-hour window. To use this function, simply adjust the play bar on the player.

Will the show be available in archive or on-demand after the live show concludes?
At this time, the AIC is exploring options in making the live show available for archive viewing.