Upcoming Virtual Concert Schedule

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. 

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Saturday, 24 April 2021

Apr 24th

5 p.m.

METZ: Live at Lee's Palace

From eventbrite.ca:

Metz play the Horseshoe Hootenanny on April 24, 2021

The Horseshoe Hootenanny stream concert series features live to air band performances (not pre-recorded) from the stages of the Horseshoe Tavern & Lee’s Palace in Toronto. The series financially supports the bands, their crews, local technicians and videographers, and the venues, while the stage is dark and in lockdown, during now a full year plus in COVID-19.

The series is professionally filmed, with 3-5 pro cameras, and streamed through VIMEO, using all the venues sound and lighting production to produce a higher level video/audio/stage look ...

Apr 24th

5 p.m.

FUZZ: Levitation Session

From levitation-austin.com:

Next up on Levitation Sessions: FUZZ! The heavy psych power trio bring a full set spanning their discography and recorded at Zebulon in Los Angeles. 

FUZZ is Charles Moothart, Ty Segall and Chad Ubovich. In Oct 2020 the band released their first album in 5 years, III, scorching the earth with pure primitive rock and roll mastery captured by the sonic guru Steve Albini. It’s a record that is meant to be heard and experienced live, and their Levitation Sessions set is the smoldering slab of rock and roll we’ve all been waiting for. The ...

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