As the recent brutal winter weather finally starts to ease up, livestreams and virtual concerts are picking up back up.
After delaying their Feb. 17 benefit show due to bad weather in Nashville, Florida Georgia Line are back this week to do good while celebrating their new album, Life Goes On, on Feb. 25. H.E.R., Killer Mike and others will be celebrating Black history makers on the 26th, while Post Malone celebrates the 25th anniversary of Pokemon on the 27.
See what other virtual music events are available for your enjoyment from the warmth and comfort of your own home the week of Feb. 22-28. We’ll update this list as more events are announced.
Feb. 23: Loudon Wainwright III is hosting a virtual tribute to friend singer-songwriter George Gerdes, who died Jan. 1. Performers include Wainwright, Suzanne Vega, and many others. The show begins at 7 p.m. ET on Mandolin.com; tickets are $20.
Feb. 25: Florida Georgia Line is performing a livestream concert to benefit the businesses impacted by the Christmas Day bombing in Nashville, and also to celebrate new album Life Rolls On. The show, which was rescheduled from Feb. 17 due to inclement weather, kicks off at 9 p.m. ET on Amazon’s Twitch channel.
Jarrod Lawson is offering an intimate performance from his home studio in Portland, Ore., via URSA Live. Every ticket sale will be matched 100% by URSA Live to benefit Little Kids Rock, which supports the expansion of music programs across the country. The show kicks off at 5 p.m. ET; tickets are $10.
Josh Groban is celebrating the deluxe edition of Harmony with a 92Y chat about recording during the global pandemic, his work in film and TV, and more. The event begins at 7 p.m. ET; tickets are $10.
Feb. 26: H.E.R., Kelly Rowland, Killer Mike, Anderson .Paak and many others are participating in YouTube Originals’ Black Renaissance celebrating Black history makers. The special program will be available for streaming on the YouTube Originals channel.
Feb. 27: Post Malone is celebrating Pokemon Day with a virtual concert. “Celebrating 25 years is a big deal, so we decided to do it together,” said the artist, who, like the franchise, is 25 years old. The free concert begins at 7 p.m. ET on Pokemon’s YouTube and Twitch channels, as well as the anniversary website.
The Mavericks’ fourth episode of their pay-per-view concert series will be recorded live from their Nashville studios, and will feature music, art, interviews and more. The show begins at 8 p.m. ET on Nugs.net; tickets are $19.99.
Neon Dreams, The Carolyn, and more are playing the virtual 59 X Fest to benefit 320 Changes Direction in an effort to raise awareness for mental health awareness. The show begins at 4 p.m. ET; tickets start at $10.
Feb. 28: A virtual party is being held to celebrate Harry Belafonte’s 94th trip around the sun. Common, Chuck D, Aloe Blacc and others will be making appearances during the event, which will benefit The Gathering for Justice. The party kicks off at 7 p.m. ET; tickets start at $25.