The concert calendar looks pretty empty for the next few weeks, with concern over coronavirus forcing artists around the world to cancel or postpone shows. Highly-anticipated tours from Billie Eilish, The Rolling Stones, Dan + Shay, and more have been sidelined during the pandemic, as staying out of crowds and staying home has become the first priority.
But there’s no stopping music. It’s a powerful force that knows no boundary or break, never stopping for those that truly love it. That’s why some of our favorite artists are bringing the music to you, delivering intimate performances and full on concerts directly into you home, so you can stay safe and we can all remain connected.
Here’s a roundup of some of the live performances you can watch now while you are social distancing, many times from their own home to yours. We’ll keep this updated as more become available. Stay in, rock out.
The Who just announced a weekly livestream concert series taking place every Saturday at 1 PM ET. The first stream will be their 1982 concert at Shea Stadium in New York City.
Monsta X will be performing their only live appearance of 2020 with a special livestream event taking place Saturday, August 8 at 11 PM ET.
The Ryman Auditorium
The legendary Nashville venue has announced a six-week livestream series beginning on August 14 featuring an impressive roster of country musicians. For KING & COUNTRY, Cam, Chris Janson, Scotty McCreery, Brett Young, and Old Crow Medicine Show.
The Scottish rockers will be offering their first livestream performance by playing their new album A Celebration of Endings on Saturday, August 15 at 9 PM ET.
Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda hosts weekly livestream sessions every Tuesday at Noon on his Twitch page. Aside from playing music, he often gives tips to aspiring producers.