Upcoming Virtual Concert Schedule

With music festivals being canceled and venues closed during the coronavirus outbreak, fans are yearning for some live music while they self-quarantine. Thankfully, many artists are turning to the internet to continue to reach their fans. KEXP is collecting a calendar of upcoming live streaming video concerts. We encourage viewers to utilize any digital tip jars or links to purchase music and merchandise, as many of these performers are losing income by not being able to tour. Please note: times and dates are subject to change. 

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Thursday, 8 April 2021

Apr 8th

noon

BRIC JazzFest

From bricartsmedia.org:

Streamed live from BRIC House, BRIC JazzFest will feature three nights of global legends, groundbreaking artists, and exciting newcomers to jazz broadcast right to your living room.

THU: Roy Ayers, Phony Ppl, Nikara Presents Black Wall Street
FRI: Meshell Ndegeocello, Keyon Harrold, Justin Hicks
SAT: Robert Glasper, Nate Smith x Van Hunt, MAE.SUN 

Tickets Available Here

Friday, 9 April 2021

Apr 9th

midnight

Protect Live Music Fest

From consequenceofsound.net:

Taking place Friday, April 9th and Saturday, April 10th from 6:00p.m. to 9:00 p.m. ET, Consequence’s “Protect Live Music” livestream celebration will feature over 70 artists delivering exclusive performances and testimonials in celebration of independent music. Many of the artists featured have a unique connection to Consequence and our history, including previous Artists of the Month, participants of past offline events, and simply those responsible for some of Consequence’s favorite music over the years.

The diverse lineup includes Manchester Orchestra, Spoon, Fontaines D.C., Bachelor (Jay Som/Palehound), Dirty Projectors, Julien ...

Apr 9th

noon

Galactic Federation of Musicians & Allied Workers

From the orgainzers:

Last November, multi-genre artist and performer B. Dolan and his team of volunteers managed to pull of an amazing feat. They threw a virtual concert called #NetherRap on Twitch and in Minecraft that was watched by over 4,000 people and attended in-game by over 300, raising over $6k for artists who'd been unable to tour during the pandemic.

Following this success, the team sought out an opportunity to bring this incredible new experience to even more people and bands, and to do something truly impactful with this technology.

The #NetherRap builders reached out to the ...

Saturday, 10 April 2021

Apr 10th

5 p.m.

Waxahatchee: Duke Performances

Duke Performances is excited to present our virtual season – The Show Must Go Online! High-quality, commissioned films featuring artists originally slated for in-person performances will premiere on Vimeo for ticket holders. Each film, shot following local safety protocols, is made in collaboration with an audio and video crew in each artist’s home city. 

General admission tickets are $10 per presentation and Duke Student tickets are available free of charge through the support of the Provost and the Vice Provost for the Arts at Duke University. Tickets go off sale at 8 PM ET on the day of the presentation ...

Apr 10th

5 p.m.

Osees: Levitation Sessions

From levitation-austin.com:

Next up on Levitation Sessions: OSEES return for another blistering set, this time from the depths of a cavernous Los Angeles factory. The performance features a fresh batch of tracks spanning over a decade of the band's expansive discography with a handful of never-before-played-live tunes & some new surprises, and will be released as a streaming film + live album. The artwork for this show is courtesy of John Dwyer himself, from a painting created in the midst of the pandemic.

Tickets Available Here

Apr 10th

7 p.m.

Jeff Tweedy, Glenn Kotche, Nels Cline

From ess.org:

Corbett vs. Dempsey presents the fifth incarnation of its Sequesterfest  series, this time as part of the program for EXPO CHGO ONLINE art fair,  presented as part of The Quarantine  Concert series, which has been streaming live music and audio art  directly into people's homes since the outbreak of the pandemic.  

Jazz  musicians call it woodshedding. Time apart, to develop one's own sound  or ideas. Time out.  A turn in the shed.  Sonny Rollins in hiatus on the  Williamsburg Bridge. We've been in an enforced year-long woodshed.  In this episode of Sequesterfest, we consider ...

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