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Virtual Concerts

By Jyotleen DeWal

I’m sure you’ve heard “I’m bored” approximately one million times these last few weeks from your friends and family. However, we live in the digital age and it should be virtually impossible to be bored when you have the internet at your fingertips. Recently, many organizers have begun to broadcast free concerts and performances for people to watch from the comfort and safety of their homes. These are some of the concerts scheduled for April 22nd to April 26th:

APRIL 22nd

Lincoln Center: Lincoln Center in New York City will broadcast theater, music and dance performances as well as numerous workshops. Their #ConcertsForKids series is welcoming to young children! You can watch it on the Lincoln Center Facebook page at 4 pm ET

Jersey4Jersey COVID-19 Benefit Concert: Enjoy a selection of artists from the comfort of your living room: SZA, Bruce Springsteen, Halsey, Tony Bennet and more! This large variety of artists will guarantee everyone in your house will be dancing and singing along! You can stream via Apple TV or on the New Jersey Pandemic Relief Fund website at 4 pm ET

Earth Day Live: Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day with artists like Questlove, Jason Mraz, Cody Simpson and more! You can RSVP and view the live stream on the Earth Day Live website

APRIL 23rd

The Stonewall Inn Gives Back: Support the LGBTQ+ nightlife community by tuning into the broadcast of performers like Cyndi Lauper, Troye Sivan, and Kim Petras to name a few. You can view the concert at 8 pm ET on the WOWPresents YouTube page

Earth Day Live: Day 2 (see above)

APRIL 24th

AFROPUNK at Lincoln Center: Attend another Lincoln Center event to watch the LA-based group Vintage Trouble showcase styles of soul, blues, and rock from the Out of Doors concert in 2015. You can watch it on the Lincoln Center Facebook page at 5:30 pm ET

Room Service Music Festival: This “festival” will be broadcast on multiple channels kind of like stages! You can help raise money for Feeding America and Sweet Relief by attending. Performers include Alec Benjamin, A Boogie wit da Hoodie, and Yungblud. RSVP on the Room Service Music Festival website and tune in at 3 pm ET to watch!

Earth Day Live: Day 3 (see above)

APRIL 25th

Grand Park’s Our L.A. Voices: You can explore the Los Angeles art community through this pop-up arts and culture festival! Catch a variety of DJs streaming live sets on Grand Park Facebook page

Room Service Music Festival: Day 2 (see above)

APRIL 26th

Grand Park’s Our L.A. Voices: Day 2! Watch the Brooklyn based Puerto Rican group Balún perform at 5:15 pm ET on the Grand Park Facebook page

Room Service Music Festival: Day 3 (see above)

Falu at Lincoln Center: As a continuation of their #ConcertsForKids series, join Grammy-nominated artist Falu for a kid-friendly concert that blends modern music with classical Indian style. You can watch it on the Lincoln Center Facebook page at 11 am ET

Together In Pride: End the weekend by listening to artists such as Bebe Rexha, Adam Lambert, Kesha, and more! This concert will raise money for the LGBTQ+ community. View the concert on the GLAAD YouTube channel at 8 pm ET

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