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.
Go back to the 2007 reunion with the 'Celebration Day' film.
Back in time with Thom Yorke and company to 1994.
All In WA
Support COVID-19 Relief with Pearl Jam, Sir Mix-A-Lot, Brandi Carlile, and more.
A Freestyle Friday with Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park.
Shipping up to Boston once again, this time to Fenway with an assist from Bruce Springsteen.
Bring the pit to your couch, for a special livestreaming event with Slipknot and the openers for their Knotfest Roadshow.
Prince and the Revolution: Live
A concert film originally from 1985 will be available on YouTube for a short time.
Brad Paisley and Lady Antebellum
A few of Country's biggest stars get together for a Bud Light Seltzer Session.
New Hope Club
Reuniting for a virtual jam session with MTV
CNCO got together for a special MTV Unplugged performance.
Colorado Gives Back
The Lumineers, OneRepublic, Jewel and many more come together to raise money for MusiCares and the Colorado Restaurant Association.
Mumford and Sons
Marcus Mumford did his thing on MTV's Instgram page, sharing a special acoustic performance.
The Rolling Stones
See classic performances from the world's greatest Rock n' Roll band in this weekly series that will stream shows from throughout their career.
Super producer Mark Ronson is rounding up a few of his famous friends for a live mixtape event, featuring Miley Cryus, Tame Impala, and more.
The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum has debuted a special collection of performances including Sting, Ben Gibbard of Death Cab for Cutie, and more.
Post Malone is raising money and throwing it back with a set of Nirvana covers, approved of and endorsed by Courtney Love.
Go back to 2006 with a couple boys named Foo, as the band rocks a massive crowd in London's Hyde Park.
Sublime With Rome
Bringing the good vibes for the 'Billboard Live At-Home' series raising money for MusiCares.
Member of the K-pop sensation Monsa X got with MTV for a strip down set.
Coachella: 20 Years in the Desert
Check out the documentary premiere, revisiting two decades of performances from one of the nation's biggest music festivals.
Radiohead is featuring a classic performance each week from their vault, this one recorded at Punchestown Racecourse, County Kildare, Ireland.
Echosmith helped raised money for MusiCares and answered questions during their 'Billboard Live At-Home' performance.
The Buckleys have teamed with Live Nation for a virtual tour,
Inside the studio with the one and only Kenny G, as the icon plays songs and answers questions during Billboard's 'Live At-Home' series.
All Time Low
Alex from All Time Low did a #TogetherAtHome session to help the World Health Organization.
The other O'Connell gave a great performance from home for MTV, even covering Lana Del Rey.
Alec Benjamin raised money for 'Meals on Wheels America' during his 'Billboard Live At-Home' performance.
Gloria Gaynor knows what it takes to survive, taking us home with some classic soaring soul.
The Driver Era