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Get Ready to Virtually Rage With Yungblud at His Coronavirus-Proof Concert

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Yungblud performs at Le Trabendo on Nov. 17, 2019 in Paris.

Yungblud won't let the coronavirus get in between him and his loyal fans. The rock star plans to virtually rage with them during his live-stream concert via YouTube on Monday at 10 a.m. ET.

The U.K. rock star announced the online show Friday (March 13) via Twitter, echoing his desire to come together with his fans in a way that doesn't jeopardize anyone's health.

"Having the ability to connect with you ain’t gonna get taken away. f--- that. i can’t wait to see you," he tweeted. "Tell ya fookin mates. CONCERT MONDAY 7AM PST."

Lollapalooza Argentina, Lollapalooza Chile and Coachella are among some of Yungblud's upcoming festival dates he's forced to miss due to their suspensions for valid coronavirus concerns. But he declared the show must go on -- "even if i gotta teleport to your front room lol," the 22-year-old artist teased.

"this is a time for our fookin hearts to be together because we are gonna beat this sh-- TOGETHER. spread the world tell ya fookin mates," he later posted for his followers.

Make sure to head over to Yungblud's YouTube channel Monday morning for the performance, and read his announcements below.

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