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Colton Dixon, Madame Ghandi Set For Billboard Live At-Home Concerts: See This Week’s Schedule

As we head into yet another week of quarantine, Billboard’s Live At-Home concert series will feature the more livestreamed performances for your entertainment.

This week’s performances kick off Tuesday (July 28), with a set from American Idol star Colton Dixon. On Wednesday (July 29), reggae rock music band Rebelution will perform.

Finally, producer and activist Madame Ghandi will wrap up the week on Thursday (July 30).

The shows will stream live via Billboard’s Facebook page. Check out this week’s full schedule below:

Tuesday (July 27)
Colton Dixon — 1 p.m. ET

Wednesday (July 28)
Rebelution — 1 p.m. ET

Thursday (July 29)
Madame Ghandi — 1 p.m. ET

Billboard’s Live At-Home series launched in March as the global coronavirus pandemic led to musicians and festivals canceling shows around the world. Each 30-minute performance benefits a non-profit selected by the participating artists. Some of the organizations supported by our series thus far include Feeding America, MusiCares, Meals on Wheels, and more.

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