Free Livestreams From Your Favourite Artists In Your LIving Room

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Free Livestreams From Your Favourite Artists In Your Living Room

Posted 3 Apr • Music


Times are unmistakably different and as we do our best to adapt to a new way of temporary living, it’s inspiring to see that some of the biggest icons in the music Industry are finding creative ways to entertain their fans. Online live sessions, virtual concerts and even mini-festivals have been popping up all over the internet following the cancellation of upcoming gigs and events for the foreseeable future.

So now you can enjoy watching and singing along to your favourite musicians from the comfort of your own sofa. A great way to help ease the constraints of a global lockdown!

Where can you find the Livestreams?

Many artists are streaming virtual concerts from their social media channels (mostly Facebook, Instagram and YouTube) whilst others are releasing exclusive and never heard before past performances, for their audience to enjoy.

Here are some of the sites that have been publishing live stream schedules:

Ticketmaster is providing a regularly updated and comprehensive guide to live stream gigs across the globe, which is definitely worth checking out: Our Guide to Finding the Best Live Stream Gigs

 

Other sites that are regularly being updated with livestream schedules are:

Cnet - Every Live Concert and Band You Can Stream From Your Home

Billboard - Coronavirus Quarantine Music Events Online Streams

What HiFi has already published an article revealing what they believe to by the best Live Streams so far: 14 Best Live Streams an Virtual Concerts to Watch in Self Isolation 


Find Your Favourite Musicians

This is just the beginning - we’re likely to see more and more artists jumping on the livestream bandwagon and entertaining us in the comfort of our own homes.  

If you want to see what your favourite artists have coming up here are some ways to find out:

 

  • Check out their social media pages; Facebook, Instagram and YouTube seem to be the most common at the moment
  • Follow the record label on social media
  • Follow your favourite venue on social media
  • Check out your favourite event ticket sites

 

We have a massive appreciation for all these guys, what a great way to keep in touch with their fans and keep everybody going through uncertain times.

Enjoy! And please feel free to share your Livestream finds on our Facebook Page

One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain

Bob Marley

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