As the heatwave continues across the country this week, there are some cool shows to keep you entertained while you spread out on your couch in front of your fans and air conditioner.
With the global coronavirus pandemic still ongoing — and getting worse in the United States — artists are continuing to livestream performances from their homes and studios to help rock fans who are staying safe at home. And this week is no exception, with artists from Katy Perry to Nelly offering sets.
Below, see who’ll be offering virtual shows for the week of July 20, and find out how to watch them. We’ll update this list as more events are announced.
July 20-31: Gracie Abrams kicks off her six-date virtual tour Minor Bedroom Shows on the 20th in support of her debut project, Minor. The intimate performances will — as the title suggests — be streamed from her bedroom. Visit her website for dates and a chance to win tickets.
July 24: Underoath will be performing the entirety of its 2006 album Define the Great Line in its entirety during a livestream concert. The set begins at 8 p.m. ET. Tickets start at $15 for general access streaming, and up to $70 for a package that includes an exclusive T-shirt and the vinyl version of the album. The show is the second of a three-concert set; tickets to access all three shows cost $140.
July 25: Nelly is marking the 20th Anniversary of his diamond-certified debut album, Country Grammar, with a special live performance of the album in its entirety for the first time ever. The show will be broadcast in 360 degree virtual reality across the globe via MelodyVR as part of its ongoing Live from LA series at 6 p.m. PT/9 p.m. ET. It is free to view via the MelodyVR app on smartphones and VR headsets and will be available on-demand on the app immediately following the live broadcast.
July 25-26: Katy Perry headlines Tomorrowland’s virtual festival, Tomorrowland Around the World. The EDM event will feature more than 60 artists, including Steve Aoki, David Guetta, and many others. Tickets start at $12.50 Euros (about $14 U.S.) for single day, and 20 Euros (about $23 U.S.) for the weekend pass; packages are also available. The event begins at 11 a.m. ET at Tomorrowland.com.