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Arcade Fire to follow up SNL with concert special

Arcade Fire to follow up SNL with concert special

Arcade Fire will play during the season premiere of "SNL." Photo: Associated Press

Arcade Fire will not only be the musical guest this Saturday for the season premiere of NBC’s “Saturday Night Live,” they’ll follow the show with a concert special.

Consequence of Sound reports NBC will air a 30-minute concert directly after “SNL.”

The band is promoting their new album, “Reflektor,” which is scheduled to be released next month.

The 39th season of “SNL” will air at 11:30 p.m. eastern Saturday with Tina Fey hosting.

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