This running list of live streaming events by artists, musicians, and comedians, brings the best in live entertainment to fans listening at home.
Some of the hottest in entertainment have taken to their social media accounts to live stream events as a way to connect with their fans listening at home. Performances by artists like Niall Horan, Dropkick Murphys, and One Republic, come to us live from remote stages, recording studios, and the comfort of their own homes. Some are creating daily content, like Miley Cyrus and Diplo, who live stream shows on Instagram and YouTube daily—usually with special guests. Now more than ever, live entertainment is truly at your fingertips, and for now, there's plenty more to come.
Don't miss a thing! Here's a list of live events you should check out. We've pulled our favorites but for a full listing of participating artists, check out Billboard's list here.
Best part about the internet? Even something that was done 'live' at the time still lives forever on an artists page!
Godsmack singer Sully Erna will launch a twice-weekly internet show, "Hometown Sessions," at 6 p.m. ET on his YouTube channel. The program promises celebrity guests and musical friends, with Thursday shows focused on experts discussing mental health, addiction and depression.
Phish's “Dinner and a Movie” series this week features their Aug. 22, 2015, show from Magnaball in Watkins Glen, NY. The stream kicks off on their Facebook page at 7:00 p.m. EST.
The Grammy Museum is releasing its digital public program with Common here.
Billy Joel will premiere "Live at Shea!" -- one of his final concerts at Shea Stadium -- at 8:00 p.m. EST on his Facebook page.
The Roots are relaunching their YouTube channel with new content each day, some of it features celebrities such as Mariah Carey and Bruce Springsteen. There will also be a live DJ set by Questlove each day at 9:00 p.m. EST. See the schedule for the first full week of April on Instagram.
"Let's Go Crazy: The Grammy Salute to Prince" was originally filmed on Jan. 28, long before the country started sheltering in place. The event, featuring performances from Sheila E., The Revolution, Usher, Beck, Foo Fighters, Common, and many others. It airs at 9:00 p.m. EST on CBS, and is also available to stream on CBS All Access.
The New Jersey Pandemic Relief Fund will be hosting JERSEY 4 JERSEY 7 p.m. ET on Apple Music and AppleTV apps worldwide, on SiriusXM's E Street Radio (currently free on the SiriusXM app) and carried on WABC Channel 7, WPVI 6ABC, WPIX, News12, NJTV and local radio outlets including 1010 WINS, WCBS 880, CBS-FM, WFAN, New York's Country 94.7, Alt 92.3, Q104.3 and others. Halsey, Jon Bon Jovi, Bruce Springsteen, SZA, Charlie Puth, Saquon Barkley, Tony Bennett, Danny DeVito, Whoopi Goldberg, Chelsea Handler, Kelly Ripa, Jon Stewart and more will make appearances.
Miley Cyrus goes live on Instagram, Monday through Friday, with her show Bright Minded: Live with Miley at 11:30am PT.
With SXSW canceled, The Fader Magazine will bring the Fader Fort online on March 31 for a 9-hour broadcast, featuring over 40 performances by both emerging and acclaimed artists. The event will also raise money for various charities that focus on helping the city and people of Austin, musicians, and the entertainment industry. You can find the full lineup (to be announced on March 30) and the entrance to digital Fort here.
For a series titled "In The Lab," country singer-songwriter, Hunter Hayes, will perform 12-15 minute sessions on YouTube Premiere on his channel, March 31, April 7 and April 14. The sessions will feature Hayes building his songs from scratch while on the road every night.
James Corden is hosting #Homefest on March 30 at 10pm ET, with performances by Billie Eilish with Finneas, BTS, David Blane, Dua Lipa, Andrea Bocelli and John Legend. You can catch the virtual event on Facebook, Instagram, and CBS.