Concert Live Streams Calendar

With concerts and festivals getting cancelled left, right, and center, artists, venues and fans are facing difficult times. While we should all stay at home during Covid-19 lockdown and cut social contacts to a minimum, there is still ways and means of enjoying music alone or with others.

Many bands and artists are putting their performances online, either as a live stream or by sharing live footage that was previously unreleased or only available to buy. Here’s a full calendar of concert live streams and initiatives that we have found so far (this list will be updated frequently) to enjoy live music during a time of social distancing and Coronavirus isolation.

All times are GMT/BST. Head to the event details page to see your local timezone.

Some artists are kindly asking for donations. Please do help if you’re able to. Advice and financial help for musicians & bands can be found here.

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    28th May
    17:00 - 18:00

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Full Festival and Concert Streams on Youtube

Youtube has always been full of professional recordings of festival sets and concerts. If you fancy a trip down memory lane or want to watch a gig you haven’t been to, the video platform is your friend. Whether it’s a classic gig such as Bruce Springsteen’s appearance at Hyde Park in 2009 or a recent one, such as Catfish and The Bottlemen at Manchester Arena, live recordings can take your mind of things for a while during social distancing.

Watching YouTube together with friends

While YouTube doesn’t have a party mode to watch videos with friends, you can create your own watch party using a third party service such as Watch2Gether. The service is free and requires no registration. Simply create a room, copy & paste your video link and share with your mates. The stream will be synchronised and you’ll have a chat room to interact.