These Quarantine Virtual Concerts Are Coming Soon

Get your snacks and sweats cause you can enjoy these concerts from home.

Oh Wonder
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While there are worse things that have happened than a canceled concert it is still okay to feel bummed about missing out! COVID-19 has taken a lot away but these artists are putting together some great virtual concerts – either by working with charities or just on Instagram live. What could be better than whipping on a face mask, eating some pizza and watching one of your favorite artists perform live?

H.E.R.

H.E.R.
H.E.R.

This award-winning R&B artist has been hosting weekly performances on Instagram Live. She has dubbed the virtual sessions “Girls With Guitars”. She announces guests on Instagram every week so keep your eyes peeled for some sensational artists!

The Metropolitan Opera: Rossini’s La Cenerentola

La Cenerentola
La Cenerentola

 For the classical music and opera lovers you will rejoice with the knowledge that The Met is offering free streaming of their La Cenerentola opera at this link: Met Opera. The stream begins at 7:30 pm EST on April 26th. They have other nightly streams going on too so check out their schedule to see what is out now!

Oh Wonder

Oh Wonder
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This duo, most known for their alt-pop hit ‘Lose it’, has been holding daily Instagram lives at 3:00 pm EST to celebrate their latest releases and sing some of the music from their previous albums. Tune in to see what this London-based power duo has cooked up for their live stream.

Altísimo Live Festival Benefit Concert

Gloria Estefan
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To celebrate Cinco de Mayo actress, Eva Longoria is co-hosting a virtual concert on Facebook Live (as well as other streaming services) on May 2nd. The proceeds from the concert are going to the COVID-19 pandemic relief fund for farmworkers. The concert will include performances by popular Latin music stars such as Gloria Estefan and Luis Fonsi.

Royal Albert Home 

Royal Albert Hall
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The Royal Albert Hall has recently established Royal Albert Home. A free streaming program, which hosts a variety of artists so that you can enjoy concert-level performances from home. If you also wish to donate and support the venue you can do so on their site: Royal Albert Home.

These are just a few of the dozens of virtual performances occurring right now. We have already seen a plethora of virtual concerts in April but there are many more to come. So get watching some amazing performances from the comfort of your own home!

Sophia Garcia

Contributor

Sophia has spent most of her life living abroad. Traveling has become second nature to her and the beauty of international experiences isn’t lost on her. Sophia enjoys writing, photography and cooking and hopes to one day publish books about her interests.

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