All the Dance Livestreams Getting Feet Moving This Weekend: April 10 to 13

Rüfüs Du Sol
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Rüfüs Du Sol performs at the 2019 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival HP and RÜFÜS DU SOL on April 11, 2019 in Indio, Calif.

From full-on festivals to intimate living room sets, here are all the best dance livestreams on Twitch, Facebook & Instagram this weekend.

Have you ever wondered what your favorite DJ's living room looks like? Well, this weekend you're in luck, because more than a hundred electronic acts will be streaming from their homes for a cavalcade of dance-oriented livestreams. Whether you're after mainstage vibes or a tutorial on staying creative in isolation, there's someone happening online to fill your time.

Coachella: 20 Years in the Desert
We all know about #Couchella, but the United States' premier music festival experience now embraces the kitschy pun as it adapts to life in quarantine. Gates would have opened on the 2020 edition Friday (April 10), but since the fest was postponed to October, it launched its YouTube original documentary instead. Coachella: 20 Years in the Desert features behind-the-scenes footage from the event's impressive two decades, as well as concert footage from show-stopping performances by dance artists Daft Punk, LCD Soundsystem, and Moby, as well as multi-genre headliners Billie Eilish, Kanye West, Madonna, Travis Scott, BLACKPINK, Rage Against The Machine, Pixies, Swedish House Mafia, Jane’s Addiction, Björk, The White Stripes, Beck and Radiohead.
Watch it here

Rufus Du Sol's Coachella 2019 Performance
Without a doubt, the best way to experience Rufus Du Sol is in the live environment. Of course, the Australian trio is as quarantined as the rest of us, but you can still catch their vibe thanks to the release of its magical Coachella headline set from last year's festival. Sing along in your living room, your bedroom, or even your bathroom whenever you so wish, but it hits YouTube in its entirety as soon as Friday at 11 p.m. ET.
Watch it here

Hailing from Detroit rock city, MK comes hot and fresh with all the house grooves your actual house can handle. The “17” producer teams with Mixmag Lab for “One Night” of ecstasy, courtesy the outlets Home Sessions. Don't miss out on your chance to get intimate with the master and hear the records he spins when no one else is around. Tune in Friday at 5 p.m. ET. Watch it here

Slander b2b Nghtmre
The Gud Vibrations supergroup are a favorite among bass enthusiasts and festival-goers, but since there aren't about to be any festivals any time soon, Slander and Nghtmre takes its face-crunching beats to the Twitcherverse. They'll both stream their back-to-back performance from EDC Las Vegas 2018. Whether you were there and want to relive it, or it's your first time, it's bound to get your weekend off to a good start. The Gud Vibrations start kicking Friday at 10 p.m. ET.
Watch it here

Nocturnal Wonderland Virtual Rave-A-Thon
Ever since quarantine started, Insomniac has been on the forefront of streaming content. The company behind some of electronic music's biggest Stateside events has weeks of footage, capturing lively performances from the biggest and most exciting names in dance. This weekend's big showcase is a digital version of Nocturnal Wonderland, featuring live in-home sets from 15 DJs, including 12th Planet, Arty, and Zeds Dead. Insomniac founder and CEO Pasquale Rotella hosts the stream, going down Friday and Saturday, from 11 p.m. to 3 a.m. ET.
Watch it here

DGTL Festival
Amsterdam's Easter weekend celebration was ready to bring fans hours of house grooves, but Covid-19 forced organizers to get crafty. Rather than throw in the towel, DGTL teamed with streaming tech company Nomobo, so ticket holders and viewers around the globe can tune in to all the fest's scheduled DJ sets, flipping through channels as if they were hopping from stage to stage. Catch the vibe with live, intimate performances from Adriatique, Mind Against, Patrice Baumel, Kink and more, Saturday and Sunday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET.
Watch it here

Beatsource Direct Relief (Fun)draiser
If you like extra saucy beats at your dance party, check out this stacked lineup of open-format hip-hop DJs – and when we say DJs, we don't just mean like “throw your hands up and get down to this drop” DJs. We're talking real spin masters with skills on the deck that take years to perfect. Performers include JustBlaze, Samantha Ronson, Kayper, DJ Revolution, Mad Skillz, DJ Spider, DJ Scene and Chris Villa. These ladies and gents will blow your mind and all Saturday from 3 to 11 p.m. ET. All donations go directly to Covid-19 first responders.
Watch it here

Destructo: Sunrise Sermon Easter Edition
Anyone who's ever been on Holy Ship or Friendship knows how holy Destructo's Sunrise Sermons really are. They're mind-altering, body-moving bliss sessions, and a little quarantine isn't going to stop his steez. The special Easter edition is his second from home, and the first was a groovable delight. No doubt it'll be mash-up mix of disco, bass, house, techno and everything in between. Because it's live streamed, you can get in on the chat and recommend the mood you'd like to hear. We're all gonna get down until the sun is risen, from 8:30 a.m. ET till whenever the spirit leaves.
Watch it here

Martin Garrix “From My Rooftop”
Martin Garrix is one of the biggest DJs in the freakin' world. You know the view from his rooftop in Amsterdam has got to be astounding. He's also a main stage DJ that isn't afraid to play funky, left-field cuts. “I’m really gutted I’m not able to perform at the moment, and I really miss it,” he's quoted in a press release. “However, this is needed to try and protect as many people as possible from the virus and safe lives. Hopefully I’m able to lift some spirits and make people forget the whole situation for a little while.” He goes live Saturday at 1 p.m. ET.
Watch it here

Claude VonStroke's Sunday Streams
If you're bummin' because Dirtybird Camp Out 2020 was officially cancelled, there's still hope. Label founder Claude VonStroke is doing a live stream every Sunday at 10 p.m. ET. He's getting weird and wild from his beautiful house, which is also where he filmed the music video for recent quarantine single “I'm Solo.” Don't miss your chance to hangout with the dirty don and all your feathered friends.
Watch it here



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