If the temperatures are getting too hot for you, chill out this week with some cool livestream concerts.
Among the artists playing sets this week are ’90s grunge rockers Stone Temple Pilots, who’ll be performing the entirety of their 1992 debut album, Core. Kane Brown is also kicking off Pandora’s new concert series, which will also include a short animated film the singer-songwriter narrated.
Below, find the details for these two shows and more. We’ll update the list as more events are announced.
July 27: Finneas will be streaming live with Claudia Sulewski beginning at 3 p.m. ET. Click here to listen.
July 28: Pandora kicks off its new virtual concert series with Kane Brown’s performance and an animated short film he narrated at 8 p.m. ET. His record label signee and Nashville-based trio Restless Road will also make an appearance. The multi-genre live-streamed Pandora shows will feature interactive tools so select fans can connect with their favorite artists through virtual meet-and-greets, Q&As with the artist, exclusive merchandise, live chat functions and more. RSVP here.
July 29: The Dave Matthews Band’s Drive-In series will be streaming the full live performance of DMB’s 2013 set held at the Blossom Music Center in Ohio. The livestream, which begins at 8 p.m. ET, benefits Feeding America, and can be viewed at Nugs.net.
VIP ticketing platform Veeps will host 12 livestream shows this weekend from today until Sunday, Aug. 2 from Liam Payne, Superorganism, Black Veil Brides, Jason Coleman, Emerson Hart, Stone Horses, Anthony Attalla, The Dear Hunter and Lissie, as well as Jaret Reddick’s Happy Hour Hang Time and The Bright Light Social Hour. The Carvel NYC, Tracy City kicks things off at 8 p.m. ET on The Bowery Electric Livestream.
July 30: Code Orange will be playing another live set — minus a live audience — this time at Pittsburgh’s Theatre Factory. The show begins at 7 p.m. ET on the band’s Twitch channel.
Dove Cameron is set to headline Disruptor Records’ Twitch Livestream, Pardon The Disruption, powered by Hifi Labs. Cameron will also be doing a live Q&A with fan questions using the chatroom feature on the event page. The livestream event will also feature opening performances from Christian French, Gia Woods and Maude Latour. Tim Kash of Quibi’s Pop5 is set to host. Tune into Pardon The Disruption here at 7:00 p.m. ET.
The Chicago Theatre and Chase have partnered together to present a virtual sound check celebrating the release of Brett Eldredge’s new album, Sunday Drive. Eldredge will perform songs from the album, plus other tunes in his catalog. The country superstar’s performance, along with behind-the-scenes footage and interviews, was recorded at a studio in Nashville and will be streamed free for fans at 8 p.m. ET across multiple platforms, including Brett Eldredge’s Facebook and YouTube, The Chicago Theatre’s Facebook and YouTube and Chase’s YouTube channel.
Social Animals are doing a livestream to celebrate the release of their new song “Something to Keep Me Awake” and to benefit HeadCount, which works with musicians to help register and educate voters. During the event, the band will chat with fans as well as write a new song with them. The stream begins at noon ET on the band’s YouTube channel, and will go on for 14 hours.
Aug. 2: Lissie will play a full-band concert at the Parkway Theater in Minneapolis at 3 p.m. ET. You can watch it here. “For this livestream, I will be in one of my favorite cities to play, Minneapolis, with my BAND, on The Parkway Theater’s stage!” Lissie says. “We will social distance and play to an empty room but I cannot wait to experience playing live music with my friends again! We will also be giving a portion of the ticket sales to the Parkway Theater itself.”