Live Music During Coronavirus: Which Artists Are Streaming?
Death Cab for Cutie, Third Man Records, Diplo and more
Need a live fix? Look no further than this list of artists who are doing daily—or less occasional—streams through social media and YouTube.
(We here at SPIN will be updating this list daily as things change.)
On Nov. 27, Dua Lipa will be putting on “Studio 2054″ — a livestreamed show filled with dancing, roller skating, acrobatics and, of course, Dua Lipa’s hits. Find out how to get tickets here.
The Hold Steady will be doing a series of live shows from the Brooklyn Bowl from Dec. 3 to Dec 5. Find out more about Massive Nights here.
Evanescence will be playing new tracks and old hits in Evanescence: A Live Session From Rock Falcon Studio on Dec. 5 at 1pm PT, 4pm ET, 9pm UK and 10pm CET. The livestream will be available through Dec. 8 at 11:59pm ET. You can tickets here now.
On Dec. 17, Courtney Barnett will be playing a show at the Royal Exhibition Building in Melbourne. Tickets go on sale on Friday (Nov. 27). Find out more info here.
Rufus, Martha and Lucy Wainwright are playing their annual Christmas show, A Not So Silent Night on Dec. 20 at 12PM PST/3PM EST/8PM GMT. Get your tickets here.
Starting on Oct. 9, Rufus Wainwright will be doing A Rufus-Retro-Wainwright-Spective! where he will play an album from his music catalogue chronologically top-to-bottom. You find more about tickets and dates for other shows here.
Here are links to folks who have done some one-offs, whose shows are still live on social media or YouTube.
Hayley Williams will be appearing on the April 8th episode of Bethline, Bethany Cosentino of Best Coast’s weekly YouTube show. Listen to it below.
Third Eye Blind will be doing a Kitchen Concert Series, which you can find on the band’s YouTube page.