Musical Concerts to Watch Right now

Musical Concerts to Watch Right now
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The pandemic might restrict you from attending a concert but there’s nothing to worry about as you can enjoy your favourite singers and catch them live from the comfort of your home

Trinetra Paul
August 13 , 2020
09 Min Read

These trying times might have restricted travelling, but enjoying some soulful music and going to concerts definitely cannot wait. The good news is that musicians and performers have taken their shows and concerts to digital platforms and are now hosting them online. So don’t miss a chance to catch these virtual concerts and online shows as several musicians from all across the globe take to the internet to entertain their audience.

All you music lovers, here are six different kinds of concerts that you must catch this month.


Virtual Concerts

K-pop groups too have taken to this new normal and many of them have hosted several virtual concerts and shows. Many performance adaptations provide alternative forms of entertainment amid COVID-19 restrictions without necessarily carving out a market share beyond COVID. Hyundai, for example, hosted a three-day Stage X Drive-In concert in Seoul in late May 2020 where the audience was seated in their cars, maintaining social distancing rules as they watched the performance. BTS, EXO and many other popular Korean bands had hosted their online concerts and shows to entertain their fans and spread cheer and solidarity.

Playing the Cello from a very tender age of four is not an easy job and Camille Thomas has done just that and has gone on to win honours and accolades for her incredible talent. The 32-year-old musician has released her latest album, ‘Voice of Hope’ from a rooftop in Paris on July 25 and it has gone on to be a massive hit. Head to her YouTube page to see the performance. 

A bunch of Latin American musicians revamped the entire concert scene by performing one-to-one concerts for essential workers and COVID-19 workers. Brazilian musician Seu Jorge sang David Bowie's 'Life on Mars' at a concert venue in São Paulo for Camila, a nurse, to celebrate her service during the pandemic. Following suit, many others joined in and the concert was staged by creative agency GUT and MJZ/Labhouse director Juan Cabral (of Cadbury "Gorilla" fame) for e-commerce company Mercado Libre. Catch a glance of the video here.

In another first, The Who will release a series of live footages of their concerts on YouTube as part of the charity show with ‘Join [email protected]’. The six-week celebration of the band’s anniversary will see the release of weekly videos from their 1980s shows and performances, starting from Aug 6. Although the show is free, the band is asking for donations for Teenage Cancer Trust and Teen Cancer America. So, head to their YouTube channel for the shows.

John McLaughlin

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A post shared by John McLaughlin (@officialjohnmclaughlin) on Jun 17, 2020 at 1:17am PDT

The English singer and guitarist is all set perform at an online concert on Thursday Aug 13 at 6pm, so don’t miss a chance to catch him live as he hosts an online show. Go to to buy your tickets now. His incredible jazz, fusion rock and other music has kept us hooked right through the 80s, 90s and continues to do so even today. Don’t let this chance slip away.

Melissa Etheridge

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A post shared by Melissa Etheridge (@melissa_etheridge) on Jun 22, 2020 at 3:00pm PDT

The American singer and songwriter is all set to perform on Aug 14 virtually at 3pm PTD. The rock singer would play out old music video, TV shows, live performances and many others as well as share interesting anecdotes and stories from her time. You can head to her website to purchase single tickets or subscribe for a month and be a part of the live shows. Though, popular requests of rewinding and repeating any sections would not be allowed, be assured you will enjoy some good rock music by the hit singer. The website also answers all FAQs and has detailed information about all her future shows and concerts. Don’t forget to book the dates.


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A post shared by Thomas Wesley (@diplo) on Aug 4, 2020 at 5:11pm PDT

The American DJ, songwriter and producer, Thomas Wesley, popularly known as Diplo, is live streaming from YouTubeInstagram and Twitcher as he plays some peppy numbers and records to interact with his fans all across the world. Join him live from 8 pm on Aug 14 and be a part of his Corona World Tour, live from Lazer Sound Studios.


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A post shared by Björk (@bjork) on Aug 7, 2020 at 10:02am PDT

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many of Bjork’s shows and live performances have been pushed indefinitely. But that’s not a reason to be worried. The singer will be hosting a number of live concerts and shows from from August 15. Grab your tickets now as 20 % of the entire proceedings will be given for COVID-19 workers’ welfare and charity. The acoustic unplugged concert would be held over three August weekends. So hurry now !

Darius Rucker and Luke Bryan

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A post shared by Darius Rucker (@dariusrucker) on Jul 31, 2020 at 3:40pm PDT

Rucker has recently released his new single Beer and Sunshine and now the iconic music duo is hosting a number of musical videos and shows from their YouTube channel.The pandemic might have dampened the live performance scene but the two iconic pop singers will be sharing their stories of collaboration, videos and many others behind the scene facts on the channel on August 15. Don’t let this opportunity go by.

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