Check out a running list of the week's best virtual concerts below.
Aug. 10: Grace Potter will continue her ongoing at-home concert series, Monday Night Twilight Hour, on both YouTube and Facebook. The rocker's weekly livestream will begin at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.
Nick Cannon will host a live webinar on Monday dedicated to discussing Judaism, antisemitism, racism and standing up to hate. The chat marks Cannon's first appearance on a Jewish program following his controversial comments on a recent podcast that were widely viewed as anti-Semitic. While he has since apologized for his remarks, the actor and host was fired by ViacomCBS from Wild 'N Out, and plans for his upcoming daytime talk show have been pushed back in the wake of the scandal. The webinar begins at 2 p.m. ET and registration is open here.
Aug. 11: Jasmine Thompson will kick off this week's Billboard Live At-Home lineup with a performance at 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT, exclusively on Billboard's Facebook page.
Veeps will host 17 livestream shows this week from today until Sunday, Aug. 16 from Emerson Hart, Jesse Malin, Elevated Surfaces, Jared James Nichols, The Deltaz, Joshua Bell and Larisa Martinez, Fortunate Youth, The Holdup, Puddles Pity Party, The Wrecks, Morgan James, Small Town Titans, The Strands, and NATULA, as well as Jaret Reddick's Happy Hour Hang Time and Rymo's Livestream Drum Clinic. Nick Reeve kicks things off from his South London studio at 3:30 p.m. EST.
Aug. 12: YouTube star-turned-rising pop singer Niki DeMartino will take over Billboard's Facebook page for her own Billboard Live At-Home set.
Aug 13: Lady A, Tim McGraw, Luis Fonsi and more will join forces for Music Gives: Together for St. Jude, a virtual festival raising money for the famed children's hospital. Across six stages, artists including Brad Paisley, Third Eye Blind, Johnnyswim, CeCe Winans, Keith Urban, For King & Country and more are set to perform while well-known chefs will also present cooking demonstrations in between supporter messages from the likes of Darius Rucker, Drew Holcomb, Bobby Bones and Kirk Franklin. The livestream will air at 5 p.m. ET/2 p.m. PT on the St. Jude YouTube channel.
Mali Music will finish off the week's round of Billboard Live At-Home concerts at 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT on Billboard's Facebook page. Throughout the ongoing coronavirus crisis, Billboard's weekly livestream series has raised money for a multitude of nonprofit organizations including Direct Relief, Meals on Wheels, Feeding America and more.
The Indigo Girls are hosting a live conversation with Camille Goldston Bennett and Lesley Rene Scott of the racial justice nonprofit Project Say Something at 7 p.m. ET on their Facebook Live.
Lucinda Williams will perform an at-home set for Seattle public radio station KEXP, which can be streamed via the nonprofit's official YouTube channel at 6 p.m. ET/ 3 p.m. PT.
Aug. 14: Sub Urban will be playing a livestream set via YouTube at 12:00 p.m. PT/3:00 p.m. ET. Tune in here.
Morrison Hotel Gallery and Rolling Live Studios will present (De)Tour, a day-long virtual charity festival in association with MusiCares and NIVA. Ringo Starr, Linda Perry, Slash, Gavin Rossdale, Macy Gray, Sean Lennon, Jesse Malin, Cheap Trick, Taylor Momsen, Badflower, John Oates, David Johansen, Billy Gibbons, Darryl McDaniels (a.k.a. DMC), Gilby Clarke, Donita Sparks, Matt Sorum, Lzzy Hale, Bluebonnets, Charlotte Muhl, David Ramirez, Al Barr, Eve Monsees, Scream, Haley Reinhart, Joseph Arthur, Kathy Valentine, Lenny Kaye, Mickey Thomas, Mike Flanigin, South of Eden, Steve Stevens, Sue Foley, the Cringe, Uni, Vintage Trouble, Awolnation, Mike Garson, Meg Toohey, Carmine Rojas and more will perform. Performances will be streamed on YouTube Live from artists’ homes.
Aug. 15: Biffy Clyro will present a unique one-off performance of their 2020 album A Celebration of Endings from an as-yet-unrevealed venue in their native Glasgow. The live-streamed performance of the band's latest LP will kick off at 3 p.m. ET. Tickets can be purchased Biffy Clyro's official website.
Aug. 16: Wallows is set to kick off their virtual world tour with the first of four live performances recorded at The Roxy Theater in Los Angeles. During the "West Coast Show" -- which begins at 7 p.m. PT -- the indie trio will perform their 2019 debut album, Nothing Happens, in its entirety. Tickets are on sale for all four shows here.