|Concerts and live performances are usually better appreciated when additional information about the exhibition and the performers are provided. For centuries, printed pamphlets or booklets have been the common way to provide the audiences with this information. Unfortunately, printed programs are not always the most efficient solution: they typically contain too much data to be read in a few minutes preceding the concert, and after the performance they are usually thrown away. More crucial, printed information cannot be synchronized with the ongoing concert, and the spectator has to constantly connect the data on the paper with what is happening on the stage. Technology can overcome this problem. Interactive Concert Programs (ICP) is a software that allows the streaming of digital information (such as text, images, or links) to the mobile devices of an audience in real time. Data can be triggered at a specific moment, according to what is performed. Moreover, any spectator can autonomously navigate the information streamed, using his/her device. ICP combines the characteristics of a slideshow software such as PowerPoint, and of a hypertext, such as HTML pages. There are several advantages of using ICP instead of printed programs. The listening experience can be guided with relevant information through all the duration of the event. Multilingual translations can be easily provided, as well as explaining texts for the Deaf. Users can save and share on social media the most interesting information, thus engaging new potential public. Lastly, the editing process of concert programs would be drastically simplified, and with a remarkable saving of printed paper. In this historical moment when performing arts can be difficult to understand and be appreciated, ICP can easily and inexpensively turn any theater or stage into a big lecture room, providing a new effective way for artists to tell the audience their artistic vision and the story behind the artwork performed. The audience would assimilate information more easily, with a better understanding and appreciation of the performances.