Live stream President Obama’s Farewell Address right here tonight at 9pm ET:
The tradition began hundreds of years ago. George Washington, gave a farewell speech to the nation as he concluded his time as the first President of the United States. Tonight, Barack Obama takes his place in history as he returns to Chicago to deliver his farewell address.
“Since 2009, we’ve faced our fair share of challenges, and come through them stronger,” Mr. Obama shared with supporters previewing the speech in an email. “That’s because we have never let go of a belief that has guided us ever since our founding—our conviction that, together, we can change this country for the better.”
Airing live from McCormick Place in Chicago at 9pm ET.
How to live stream President Obama’s Farewell Address online for free:
- StreamSavvy is hosting a live feed from the Whitehouse FB account right here.
- The Official Whitehouse website will be live streaming the farewell address here.
- CBS News will be live streaming the farewell address with pre-address coverage beginning at 7pm ET. Watch it here.
How to live stream President Obama’s Farewell Address through an app on your TV or streaming device:
- The CBS News app, one of the best free streaming apps available, will be live streaming Obama’s address tonight which can be watched on most streaming devices.
- In select markets (mostly large cities), Sling TV gives you access to the broadcast channels carrying the Farewell Address from Chicago live through the Blue package.
A cool new way to watch:
VRScout is said to be hosting a VR live streaming of the speech. However, we haven’t been able to get the full details. Stay tuned.
If none of the above ways to live stream President Obama’s Farewell Address work for you, there’s always the digital antenna which will give you access to watch the farewell event free in HD on your TV.