The show must go on, with or without a live audience.
As many of our favorite social outings are still put on hold, we are adjusting to a new norm of entertaining ourselves from home!
As artists scramble to figure out what to do next, many have started live streaming concerts on social media from their homes or empty venues while they practice social distancing.
Here’s a list of the performances you should be checking out:
Norah Jones - Weekly Live Stream
Bruno Major - Songs For New York
Ben Platt Concert Special on Netflix
The 2019 Tony Awards
As the 2020 Tony Awards have been postponed and rescheduled for a later date, you can watch performances from the 2019 Tony Awards on YouTube!
Radiohead - Weekly Live Steam
Hosted every Thursday on Youtube.
Diplo - #COVIDseries sets
Hosted every Friday and Saturday.
Dear Class of 2020
Lady Gaga, BTS, and Barack Obama are set to give a commencement speech during YouTube's "Dear Class of 2020" virtual commencement. The event will also feature appearances by Alicia Keys, Kelly Rowland, and more.
Toby Keith - Guitar Sessions
Toby Keith has been hosting The Furniture Store Guitar Sessions, in which he performs different songs every day.
An online event created to bring awareness to the importance of mental health, provide resources to our community, and normalize the conversation surrounding all mental health pursuits.
Sarah Brightman - In Concert At The Royal Albert Hall
The 1997 performance, which has never been commercially available, features Andrea Bocelli and Andrew Lloyd Webber and will be streamed to raise funds for COVID-19 relief charities.
Bandwidth - Blues On Broadbeach
Guitar hero Tommy Emmanuel, former The Voice Australia winner Karise Eden, and veteran blues-rockers The Black Sorrows will join the lineup for Bandwidth, a virtual concert streamed live on Facebook.