Livestream Shows to Watch This Week: Billie Eilish, BLACKPINK and More

Livestream Shows to Watch This Week: Billie Eilish, BLACKPINK and More

Livestream Shows to Watch This Week: Billie Eilish, BLACKPINK and More

A selection of the best concerts to look out for.

A selection of the best concerts to look out for.

Text: Luana Harumi

Last week’s brief inauguration shows gave us a little taste of musical performances by some of today’s greatest artists and reminded us of one thing: we miss live concerts. While the return of festivals and live gigs remains uncertain, many musicians are picking up on livestreaming events again – providing some relief for those of us who can’t wait to enjoy a good, old stage performance.  Move over your furniture and check out our livestreaming guide for this week:

Jan. 25: A Day to Remember

The rock band announced an acoustic livestream for this Monday, which is set to start at 8 p.m. EST. Fans can expect some of the band’s biggest hits as well as a snippet of their upcoming studio album. “A Day To Remember: Live at The Audio Compound” will be livestreamed for free on their YouTube channel

Jan. 28: iHeartRadio’s ALTer EGO and Princess Nokia

Princess Nokia is performing at “Elsewhere Sound Space,” Brooklyn club Elsewhere’s new series on Twitch. The show starts at 7 p.m. EST and will include an interview with the rapper. Stream the event here.  

Later that evening, Billie Eilish, Twenty One Pilots, Coldplay, and more are performing at iHeartRadio’s ALTer EGO, which will go entirely digital this year. The festival starts at 9 p.m. EST with the Foo Fighters and wraps up at 10:20 p.m. EST with Eilish. Check out the full schedule and stream the show here

Jan. 29: Adam Lambert, Jimmy Eat World, and The Kinks

To celebrate his 29th birthday, Adam Lambert is performing two livestreams from L.A.’s The Roxy. The setlist will include songs from his latest album, “Velvet,” as well as other fan favorites. The first show starts at 3 p.m. EST, and the second at 10 p.m. EST. Tickets are available here for $18.50

Jimmy Eat World is performing their 2004 album “Futures” in its entirety as part of their “Phoenix Sessions” series. The show begins at 5 p.m. EST with tickets starting at $17.50

The Kinks are playing “The Moneygoround,” an intimate one-man performance that will include video inserts and archive footage. The show starts at 3 p.m. EST on YouTube

Jan. 30: Cage the Elephant and ‘80s festival

Bret Michaels, Sebastian Bach, Kenny Loggins, and many more are joining the “‘80s Radical Sabbatical” festival. The retro event will include performances, meet-and-greets, and even a costume contest. An all-day pass is available for $99.80 plus fees

Cage The Elephant is performing a benefit concert from Nashville’s Blackbird Studio. The fundraiser will aid a non-profit organization that supports Bay Area residents with free, live music and entertainment. The livestream starts at 8 p.m. EST, with tickets selling for $19.99

Jan. 31: BLACKPINK

BLACKPINK is performing their highly anticipated livestream “THE SHOW” from South Korea on Sunday. To view the concert, fans have to purchase the two-month membership subscription on the group’s YouTube channel, which gives access to the livestream, rebroadcast, and custom emojis, starting at $29.99. The show begins at 12.a.m. EST. 

Credits: Cover photo by Olly Stabler/Shutterstock.

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