With the multitude of artists putting on gigs at home it can be overwhelming to find what to watch first and where. There are always new and exciting performances popping up each week. We’re definitely not complaining! We’ve made it easier for you to stay informed with this up-to-date list of live performances to look out for.
Get the drinks delivered, video call your pals and let’s make it a party you don’t want to be late for!
Upcoming Live Stream Events:
The Streets – Live streaming to the world from EartH Hackney, Mike Skinner and the band will be celebrating the latest release of their new album None Of Us Are Getting Out Of This Life Alive’
Live streaming from 8:00 PM AEST
Monsta X – Set to perform a full-length online global concert with songs from their latest mini-album and many other of their top hits.
Live streaming from 1:00 PM EST
Elton John – The Elton John: Classic Concert Series is bringing some of his biggest hits and most iconic performances right to our homes to raise money for the Elton John AIDS Foundation to support coronavirus relief efforts.
Live streaming from 2:00 AM AEST
9, 15 & 23 August
Björk – In partnership with Iceland Airwaves Festival, to raise money for Icelandic women’s charity Kvennaathvarfið, Björk will perform shows at Reykjavík’s Harpa Hall to a live audience and streamed online.
Live streaming at 2:00 AM AEST
21 & 21 August
Northlane – Relive the bands huge show from Sydney’s Roundhouse which will be airing this August as the band chat throughout the special screening giving fans the opportunity to experience the performance together.
Live streaming from 8:00 PM AEST
Josh Gad is giving the people what they want by starting a YouTube series reuniting the casts of our favourite movies. With four episodes out at the moment, you can watch The Lord of the Rings and The Goonies cast reunite.
These reunions aren’t all for fun and games, Gad encourages viewers to donate to charities and help those in need.
Over 300 artists will host stages built inside the game Minecraft June 25-28. This 18+ event boasts as the worlds largest virtual music festival with artists like Bedouin, Jauz, Justin Martin Nicole Moudaber & MORE making the line-up. You can sign up and find more information here.
The Show Must Go On
If you’re into musical theatre, Andrew Lloyd Webber is now streaming his musicals for free in a new series on YouTube called The Show Must Go On. Every week a new musical will be released and remain available for 48 hours. It all began with Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat on 10 April.
You can watch the musicals on YouTube
Tune in every Tuesday at 10am AEST when Metallica stream complete live shows on their YouTube Channel. Dubbed #MetallicaMondays, it’s the perfect way to get your rock fix every week.
You can watch Metallica Mondays on YouTube
What you may have missed:
David Guetta – Hosting the second United At Home event fundraising live from New York. David says “As a DJ, the crowd is the most important part of any show and even though we can’t be together in a club or at a festival, we can use this time to come together in new ways and help those who need it most.” You can now watch the full stream here
Ben Gibbard (Death Cab For Cutie) – Giving us weekly live streams, supporting a new charity each week and playing a variety of sets from Beatles covers, to requests to either the first or last song on any album he’s ever made
Chris Martin – Supporting #TogetherAtHome with 30 minutes of pure bliss
Closer In Crisis -Streaming on the Relix Channel on YouTube, Closer in Crisis is bringing together artists like Chadwick Stokes of Dispatch, Taylor Goldsmith of Dawes, Foy Vance, Jade Bird & more to support mental health in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis.
Dave Bayley (Glass Animals) – Quarantine Covers – Glass Animals front man Dave Bayley took requests to cover his favourite tunes including Nirvana – Heart Shaped Box and Lana Del Rey – Young & Beautiful – Watch now
Diplo – Playing weekly DJ sets with his Corona World Tour 5 nights a week every week until the social distancing stops. Tune in on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday. 10pm ET, 2am GMT, 12pm AEST.
Fearless At Home Festival – Supporting musicians and crew who have been affected by COVID while you rock out to Underoath, The Pretty Reckless, Plain White T’s and more
Hayden James – Getting us into the weekend mood as he performed live stream DJ sets from his backyard every Saturday at 12 noon.
Isol-Aid – Volume 1 & 2 brought Aussie artists together for an Instagram Live music festival run over 2 days and the last 23 weekends. Streaming straight from their living rooms, kitchens, bedrooms from the likes of Ali Barter, Middle Kids, Julia Jacklin and more as they banded together to help Aussies through this time of crisis and raise money to support the music industry. Check it out here
James Blake – relax and unwind with James Blake
Jennifer Hudson – J Hud and a piano, what more could we need?
Jimmy Eat World – Live from the studio
John Legend – “Social distancing is important, but that doesn’t mean it has to be boring. I did a little at-home performance to help lift your spirits.” With a guest appearance from Chrissy Teigen
Keith Urban – Rocking out with our girl Nicole Kidman
Lizzo – Relax with Lizzo as she takes you through her meditation and mantra journey
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra – Sharing with us great music, even if we cannot join in the concert hall, listen in your lounge room to Rimsky-Korsakov’s Scheherazade, Tognetti and The Lark Ascending, Beethoven’s Symphony No.7 and more.
Miley Cyrus – Gave us “Bright Minded” on Instagram everyday Monday-Friday. As Miley told it “connecting w/special guests discussing how to stay LIT in dark times!”
Niall Horan – With a selection of incredible videos to choose from let Niall serenade you!
One Republic – Brand new songs and old classics, One Republic play Live at the Bud Light Dive Bar
One World: Together at Home – This was the gig to end all gigs! Curated in collaboration with Lady Gaga to support our frontline healthcare workers and the World Health Organization. Turn the volume up for appearances by Alanis Morissette, Billie Eilish, Chris Martin, Elton John, Keith Urban, Lizzo, Paul McCartney & MORE!
Post Malone – Post Malone performed a live concert tribute to Nirvana, playing all their best hits straight from his home, raising money for World Health Organisation’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund and already receiving over 11 million views, get the best seat in the house here
Powderfinger – After a decade long hiatus you can rewatch our Queensland rockers over and over again as they reunited for a one-off live gig – One Night Lonely to raise money for Beyond Blue.
Radiohead – Released past live shows every week for you true die-hard fans on their YouTube channel to rock along at home with every Thursday.
The State of Music – Watch these weekly live-streamed series, featuring performances + interviews from Australia’s best and brightest musical talent, from established household names to the hottest emerging acts.
Episode One – Birds of Tokyo, Diesel, G Flip, James Reyne, Michael Gudinski. Hosted by Rosie Beaton.
Episode Two – Kate Miller-Heidke, Mahalia Barnes, Missy Higgins, Mia Wray, Montaigne, Vera Blue + more. Hosted by Carrie Bickmore and Jane Gazzo.
Episode Three – Paul Kelly plus Alex Lahey, Archie Roach, Meg Mac, Mo’Ju, Solo (Horrorshow), Tim Freedman, Tim Minchin, Vika & Linda Bull + more. Hosted by Jane Gazzo with Tim Minchin.
Episode Four – Andrew Stockdale (Wolfmother), Ash Grunwald, Didirri, Ella Hooper, Gordi, Gretta Ray, Hoodoo Gurus, Kate Ceberano, Kyle Lionhart, The Angels, The Teskey Brothers + more. Hosted by Jane Gazzo with Jane Kennedy
Vance Joy – spend 29 minutes and 58 seconds with Vance Joy in your living room
Yeah Yeah Yeahs – Treating fans to an iso version of “Phenomena” straight from Karen O’s closet.
Years & Years – Live steaming #TogetherAtHome