Jay-Z Barclay's Center Concert Live Stream: Watch Jay-Z HERE (Coverage Starts Sat. 9:30 p.m. ET)

Jay-Z's final performance at the Barclay's Center in Brooklyn, New York will be live-streamed at 9:30 p.m. ET on Saturday night.

Fans of the rapper will be able to watch him conclude his weeklong concert series commemorating the opening of the new Barclay's Center HERE.

Jay-Z's last night on stage is sure to be full of surprises and some special guest. His first night, which took place last Friday, marked the official opening of the arena where the Brooklyn Nets NBA Basketball team will play.

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The Brooklyn-born emcee also released a preview clip to entice fans for the live coverage of his event tomorrow.

And the best part of this live-stream is that it will be offered for free. So fans that could not afford a ticket, or could not travel to New York City will be able to enjoy this historic moment free of charge many miles away.

Jay-Z is known to be involved in some of the most historic concerts of all time.

Back in 2004, during his 'Best of Both Worlds' tour with R&B singer R Kelly, Jay-Z changed the line-up during the middle of the concert after Kelly left at the beginning of the show due to his claims that he was assaulted with pepper spray.

Guests in attendance which included rappers T.I. and Ja Rule, and singer Usher decided to help Jay-Z out and entertain the crowd by performing some of their hit songs. None of the performers were scheduled to hit the stage and Jay-Z was able to save the show by employing them for part of the night.

Since that time he has made surprise appearances with the rock/rap band Linkin Park and even ended a long time rivalry with fellow New York rapper Nas during the 2006 'I Declare War' concert.

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