All the Latin Live Streams to Watch During the Coronavirus Crisis (Updating)

Marco Antonio Solis
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Marco Antonio Solis performs onstage at iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina presented by Sprint at American Airlines Arena on Nov. 7, 2015 in Miami.

The coronavirus has greatly impacted the music industry, causing cancellations of concerts and events worldwide. In order to keep la música en Español alive, Latin artists are getting creative on social media, performing live for their fans to bring them joy amid the stressful news cycle.

Alejandro Sanz and Juanes had a major connection with their fans on YouTube with a free online concert after they canceled their show in Colombia, drawing more than 100,000 viewers in minutes. Joining the movement are Carlos Vives, Andrés Cepeda and Maná, who will offer their fans a live acoustic show on their individual YouTube channels.

See who else is lining up live streams below.


Marco Antonio Solis

Gloria Trevi


Carlos Vives

Christian Nodal, Gerardo Ortiz and JG Music

Arthur Hanlon


Andrés Cepeda

Gian Marco

Silvestre Dangond

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Kany García

Ednita Nazario

Natalia Jimenez

Raquel Sofia

Noel Schajris

La Adictiva

Tommy Torres

DJ Nelson

Editor's Note: Hanlon is married to Billboard's vp/Latin industry lead, Leila Cobo.

Basic protective measures against the novel coronavirus, according to WHO, include washing your hands with soap and water or using alcohol-based hand sanitizer, maintaining social distancing at least three feet between yourself and anyone who is coughing or sneezing, and avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth. For more information about COVID-19 visit the WHO or CDC websites.



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