What is summer without live music, festivals, and socializing while listening to your favorite bands play on the big stage? Well, it’s the summer of 2020, in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. Don’t let this summer’s lack of in-person live music deter you from seeking it out virtually. Set up camp in your living room and get ready to rock out to these 4 virtual concerts and festivals you won’t want to miss this summer.
We Found New Music
Raising funds for Equal Justice Initiative and MusiCares, We Found New Music will be livestreaming performances by emerging artists such as Nightly, Brynn Elliott, Cailin Russo, and more. Check it out July 15.
Tomorrowland - Around the World
Do you like electronic music? Yeah you do! For fans of electronic, pop, hip-hop, funk, and soul, the Tomorrowland festival will take place July 26-27.
While this iconic festival can’t take the crowded stage this year, Lollapalooza is offering virtual viewings from July 30 - August 2, which will include past shows and never-before-seen footage from the ’90s.
Follow Your Faves
Another way to keep up on who’s performing, and when, is staying connected on social media. Instagram offers artists a way to easily livestream either unannounced or planned, so make sure to follow your favorite artists there, as well as on Facebook, Patreon, and YouTube.
What Are You Listening To?
Virtual concerts offer a fun, safe way to stay connected during these times. Take it all in this summer from the comfort of your Cadia Crossing home.