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Lecrae, All Time Low & More Set for Billboard Live At-Home Concerts: See This Week's Schedule

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Alex Harper

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Feeling cabin fever? Your second week of social distancing just got a little brighter with another round of the Billboard Live At-Home series.

This week's performances will include at-home concerts by Allen Stone, Lauren Jauregui, Allie X and more via Billboard's Facebook page.

Stone, who recently dropped his fourth studio album Building Balance, will kick things off Monday (March 23) at 1 p.m. ET followed by a set by Madison Beer just two hours later at 3 p.m. ET.

Other artists performing throughout the week include X Ambassadors, Benny BenassiRichard Marx, Hunter Hayes, Skip Marley, Lukas GrahamAll Time LowLecrae and Manuel Turizo -- with more announcements to come!

Late last week, the new Billboard Live series launched with the help of JoJo, Josh Groban and Russell Dickerson, who all selected a nonprofit partner to support their livestream including My Friend's Place L.A., Meals on Wheels America and American Red Cross. And if Groban's cover of "You Raise Me Up" from inside his shower is any indication, this week's round of At-Home concerts are sure to bring more great and unexpected musical moments from artists you love.

Tune in to Stone's set at 1 p.m. ET  today, and check out the week's full schedule below.

Monday (March 23)
1 p.m. ET -- Allen Stone (recap here)
3 p.m. ET -- Madison Beer (recap here)

Tuesday (March 24)
1 p.m. ET -- Kiana Ledé (recap here)
3 p.m. ET -- X Ambassadors (recap here)
5 p.m. ET -- Skip Marley (recap here)

Wednesday (March 25)
1 p.m. ET -- Benny Benassi (recap here)
3 p.m. ET -- Manuel Turizo (recap here)
5 p.m. ET -- Lauren Jauregui (recap here)

Thursday (March 26)
1 p.m. ET -- Allie X (recap here)
3 p.m. ET -- Richard Marx (recap here)
5 p.m. ET -- Hunter Hayes (recap here)

Friday (March 27)
1 p.m. ET -- Lukas Graham (recap here)
3 p.m. ET -- All Time Low (recap here)
5 p.m. ET -- Lecrae (recap here)


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