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.
Join KEXP for the first-ever Reykjavík Calling livestream on KEXP's YouTube channel! Hosted by Kevin Cole and Iceland's Bergur Ebbi. A celebration of Icelandic music and culture.
Saturday, November 21 at 2 PM PT / 5 PM ET
Featuring performances from Kristín Anna (Reykjavík), Tomo Nakayama (Seattle), Supersport! (Reykjavík). No RSVP necessary; this streaming event is free!
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Through the stay at home orders, we’re dedicated to bringing you new live performances. Each Tuesday and Thursday, we’ll share a live streaming performance through our new series, Live on KEXP at Home. Hosted by trusted KEXP DJs, musical guests perform sets live, either solo or with their quarantined partners.
Made possible with support from BECU and Amazon Music
From the front yard of DJ John Richards, host of KEXP's John In The Morning, aka The Morning Show, Lawn In The Morning is a unique out-studio session/series designed to encourage social distance while still bringing you one-of-a-kind live performances from the finest artists in the Pacific Northwest.
Join us for the Black Fret Concert Series streaming live from Nectar. This year, Black Fret awarded $5,000 in grants to local musicians, including Tomo Nakayama, Smokey Brights, The Black Tones, Tres Leches, and more!
This concert series will highlight the grant winners while raising money for Pacific Northwest non-profits. Tune in on Wednesdays September 9th through November 18th. Click here for more information on the series and how you can get involved.
Shelter Fest Seattle is an online benefit music festival being held 11/14-11/15, providing direct support to Black artists and restaurant owners in the greater Seattle area. Through virtual arts events, Shelter Fest seeks to uplift Black voices within our region’s vibrant arts and culture community during the COVID-19 pandemic.