As the world adjusts to the new reality under self-quarantine, numerous artists and record labels are taking their talents online to share some musical joy during these hard times. We’ve compiled a list of 7 virtual music festivals 2020 you should tune into this summer.
Music festival- Boiler Room (Daily)
Starting off our list of music festivals 2020 is Boiler Room TV. They have a wide variety of artists on live streams every day.
Music festival 2020- United We Stream (Daily)
Some of Europe’s best clubs, across cities like Stuttgart, Hamburg, Berlin, and Manchester are hosting nightly live streams featuring a variety of underground EDM artists. Click here to see schedule times and for more information on the ARTE Concert.
PlayOn Fest (Daily)
The fest is called MUSIC IS NOT CANCELLED and it includes past performances from Coachella, Sydney Opera House, Lollapalooza, and more. It will also look back at the late Nipsey Hussle’s “Victory Lap” album release show. While also having some live performances from people such as Pink $weats live from their home. Click here to find out more about PlayOn FEST.
JazzYYC (April 30 – May 27)
A month-long celebration of jazz is about to hit the stage but the performers and audience will get to enjoy from the comfort of their own home. Find out more on JazzYYC.
EDC Virtual Rave-a-thon (15-17 May)
After announcing that the 24th installment of the festival will not be happening due to the COVID pandemic, organizers came up with a creative solution to combat the issue. The line up will be announced closer to the date and expect some amazing visual effects.
Another day, another amazing event for charity. Red Nose Day is an event hosted by NBC that aims to raise awareness and money to end child poverty. This year’s event will have to take place via live stream due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In this music festival 2020, there will be a wide variety of performers including Gwen Stefani and her country singer beau, Blake Shelton, plus, Ellie Goulding, OneRepublic,Meghan Trainor, Sam Smith, and James Taylor.
Well, that’s all we have for this list but let us know if we missed any in the comments down below and follow @cannalifenet for more info!
This year 420 also went virtual, if you missed it then do watch it from here: