Here Are All the Livestreams & Virtual Concerts to Watch: Week of December 21

Dua Lipa
Hugo Comte

Dua Lipa

It may be the week of Christmas, and while the number of livestreams and virtual concerts is lower than usual,  some musicians are continuing to entertain.

Among them are Dua Lipa, who's performing for the final show in Pandora's Live series; Dave Matthews and Diplo, among others, who are participating in HeadCount's Georgia Comes Alive concert to encourage viewers to vote in the state's Senate run-off election; and The Boss Bruce Springsteen himself as well as Eddie Vedder, who are playing to support fellow artist Steven Van Zandt's TeachRock.

See below for the list of events happening the week of Dec. 21-27. We'll update this page as more events are announced. For holiday-specific livestreams, check out this roundup.

Dec. 21: Bruce Springsteen, Eddie Vedder and more will be performing to benefit Steven Van Zandt's TeachRock organization. The event begins at 8 p.m. ET; tickets start at $25.

Fleet Foxes are hosting their first official livestream, titled "A Very Lonely Solstice Livestream." The show will feature a solo acoustic performance by frontman and songwriter Robin Pecknold, with a one song guest appearance from the Resistance Revival Chorus. The show begins at 9 p.m. ET; tickets are $20 plus service charges.

Dec. 22: Dua Lipa is performing for the final Pandora Live series, which will also feature an in-depth conversation with the artist. There will also be an opportunity for fans to participate in a virtual pre-show meet-and-greet and trivia. The show begins at 9 p.m.; RSVP here.

Dec. 24: The Joy Formidable's Christmas Eve live stream show will are at 3 p.m. ET. All proceeds will go to Jackson's Animal Rescue to help save the hedgehogs. Tickets here.

Kim Sledge of Sister Sledge will host a holiday concert from Bucks County playhouse at 7 p.m. ET. See tickets here.

Dec. 26: Dave Matthews, Diplo and many other are participating in HeadCount's Georgia Comes Alive virtual music festival to get out the vote in the state's upcoming Senate run-off election. The event kicks off at 3 p.m. ET. Donate at to receive a link to watch the streaming festival.

Bad Religion is celebrating 40 years together with the third of their four streaming events. This week's livestream will explore the band's career during the 2000s. The event will include live performance footage, interviews, and more. The show begins at 5 p.m. ET; tickets start at $15.

Dec. 27: Zac Brown Band is playing a live streaming event honoring veterans and military personnel. The show will also benefit Camp Southern Ground.  The show begins at 8 p.m. ET. Watch the event on the band's Facebook page and YouTube channel; donations can be made here.

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