Live concerts you can stream while on COVID-19 stay-home notice

Live concerts you can stream while on COVID-19 stay-home notice

It's a tough time for the music industry right now. Gigs and concerts are being cancelled or postponed, and public gatherings are banned, turning many cities into ghost towns. 

Online concerts and festivals to stream in 2021

As the music world contends with the pandemic and its ramifications, musicians are taking matters into their own hands and organising concerts for virtual audiences. From Code Orange—who livestreamed their record release show from an empty venue—to Yungblud, who ran a whole multi-segment production with live performances and games with Bella Thorne, Oliver Tree and Machine Gun Kelly, many artists have adapted and responded to the situation with impressive initiative, making it clear that one can practise social responsibility and still have fun at the same time. Looking at you, Florida beach-goers. 

As we adjust and try to make peace with social distancing or self-quarantine, here's a compilation of the live music shows you can stream and enjoy from the safe confines of your home. The list will be continually updated with links to more livestreams.




When: Available on-demand from 14-21 December; 21-28 December; 23-31 December, for Planeswalker, Zul Mahmod, and weish & Marc Gabriel Loh respectively.

With Sound Social Series, you can forget about the conventional concert for a little while. Together with Singaporean artists Planeswalker, Zul Mahmod, as well as weish and Marc Gabriel Loh, take a deep dive into soundscapes crafted through “technical wizardry, unconventional performing techniques or organic instrument building” across three Sundays in the month of December. Entitled Entity, Of Nature and Technology, and the last to be revealed later, these sessions will be where you challenge the boundaries of art, music, and the environment. 

In-venue sessions will take place on 9 December, 7PM (ID/TH Standard Time) or 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time) for Planeswalker, and 16 December, 7PM (ID/TH Standard Time) or 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time) for Zul Mahmod, at S$15. Video-on-demand tickets are available on a pay-as-you-wish basis at S$10, S$15, or S$20. Get your tickets here


When: 30 December

Named after the genre they primarily adopt, ska legends The Ska Flames, who made their debut in Asia at the Hong Kong International Ska Reggae Festival, are back with another concert experience. Together with the act who recently wrote The Asadas’ ending theme, ‘'S Wonderful’, celebrate ska music and an end to 2020 on 30 December as they commemorate 35 years in the Japanese ska scene! 

Tickets are available at S$25 here


When: 8-22 January, 7PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Start your year on a thrilling note with Singapore Symphony Principal Cello Ng Pei-Sian’s performance of Shostakovich’s supreme First Cello Concerto, a work of “unrelenting edge-of-your-seat energy and awe-inspiring darkness”. The programme will also entail Beethoven’s mighty “Heroic” Third Symphony, making sure there is never a dull moment throughout the length of the show!

Tickets are available here on a pay-as-you-wish basis at S$10, S$20, S$30, or S$50 until 22 January, 5PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 6PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time).


When: 28 December, 7.30PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 8.30PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Pop duo SLAYN will be performing a stripped-down set at the Esplanade Concourse & Online featuring songs from their debut album 'SUMMER IS OVER'. Expect to hear music from their upcoming project, accompanied by some familiar covers. SLAYN will be joined by guitarist Vishaal Raj to bring an acoustic take to songs like 'Treat ME Like Somebody' and 'Free'.

Tickets are free. More information here.

Let's Celebrate 2021

When: 31 December, 9.30PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 10.30PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Welcome 2021 from the comfort of your own home with Let's Celebrate 2021. Hosted by Sonia Chew and Joakim Gomez, catch performances by Jason Derulo, Ronan Keating, Benee, Tones & I, and Jeremy Zucker, as well as Yung Raja, RRILEY, ShiGGay Shay, Shye, and more, performing live from various iconic locations around the Marina Bay area.

Let's Celebrate 2021 streams live on meWATCH. More information here.

DIR EN GREY: The World You Live In (Additional)

When: 31 December, 9PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 10PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

DIR EN GREY remain one of Japan's best rock acts to catch live, even through more than two decades of rock's ever-evolving scene. While you may not be able to experience their incredible stage presence in the flesh for now, treat yourself to a close second with their virtual show The World You Live In, held on New Year's Eve. It might be the highlight you need just before the year ends!

Tickets are available at ¥3,500 (US$33.83) here


When: 31 December, 7:30PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 8:30PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Fan community platform Weverse is hosting an exciting star-studded affair with artists under the Big Hit roster. Streamed from the KINTEX Exhibition Center in Gyeonggi-do, South Korea, join BTS, GFRIEND, TXT, ENHYPEN, NU'EST, Lee Hyun, and Bumzu as they welcome 2021 with enthralling performances of their top songs, topped off with special stages featuring Halsey, Lauv, and Steve Aoki.

Tickets are available from US$35.67 here.

bittymacbeth ft thecolorfractal

When: 31 December, 6.45PM & 8.30PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Bid farewell to the year with bittymacbeth, who will be delivering stripped-down covers and early originals in her first set; followed by an exciting and energetic show in her second set. The Boston Music Award R&B/Soul nominee will also be joined by thecolorfractal, the brainchild of singer-songwriter, guitarist, and producer Weiwen Seah.

Find out more here


When: 31 December, 6PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 7PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

There's no celebration without music, and one of the biggest virtual events this year is bidding 2020 farewell with some of the brightest music acts from the Philippines. Join Ben&Ben, Moira, SB19, The Itchyworms, Matthaios, and more as they welcome a better year, alongside 25 other artists on the lineup from home and abroad such as Maximillian, Peach Tree Rascals, and Tate Mcrae. 

Watch BYE2020 on FacebookInstagramTwitter or Tiktok.


When: 31 December, 6PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 7PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Here's your chance to catch best-selling J-pop group ARASHI before they embark on their indefinite hiatus by end 2020. As part of their 21st-anniversary celebrations, ARASHI is hosting an online concert on New Year's Eve available for live-streaming globally. Besides revisiting lyrics to sing along, fans have been even encouraged to practise some of their dance moves for the show.

Tickets are available at US$56 here.


When: 31 December, 8PM (local time, wherever you are)

Following their successful launch of Tomorrowland: Around the World, the music festival giant is throwing a big and magical celebration for New Year's Eve featuring MEDUZA, Martin Garrix, David Guetta, Diplo, Sub Zero Project, and many more. Graciously adapted to all timezones around the world, this is the chance to connect with EDM fans in and out of your region – making for the perfect way to end your year with a bang.

Tickets are available from US$24.38 here.


When: 31 December, 12PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 1PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Prep yourself for the upcoming Fuji Rock Festival in 2021 with their New Year's Eve live event delivered online. Titled On The Road To Naeba, this virtual stop will last for over half a day, taking place from day to night. On the lineup are the likes of Ayano Kaneko, PUNPEE, CORNELIUS, Tempalay, THE ALEXX, among many others – and watch out for their special segment NAEBA SESSIONS, which features views familiar to Fuji Rock!

Tickets are available at US$38.65 here.

Marty Friedman

When: 1 January, 7PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Celebrate the new year full of new beginnings with lead guitarist for heavy metal band Megadeth, Marty Friedman. His virtual concert will be held in a specially designed multi-dimensional visual atmosphere, which will set the scene for his explosive performance of his concert staples and upcoming Tokyo Jukebox 3 album.

Tickets are available at ¥3,000 (US$28.93) here


When: 1 January, 10:15AM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 11:15AM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time) 

To ring in the new year, Justin Bieber is holding a concert inviting Beliebers 'All Around The World'! This partnership with T-Mobile marks his first show in three years, following his cancelled 2017 Purpose World Tour. Two reshowings will also be available for fans who missed it, or simply didn't get enough of the experience we haven't had in awhile.

Tickets are available at US$25 here.


When: 1 January, 11AM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 12PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Gathering some of their top artists including the likes of aespa, EXO's Baekhyun and Kai, NCT Dream, NCT 127, NCT U,WayV, Girls' Generation's Taeyeon, Red Velvet, SHINee's Taemin, TVXQ, Super Junior, SuperM, and H.O.T.'s Kangta, SM Entertainment is firing off an online concert on the first afternoon of 2021 for an extended celebration of the new year. These acts will perform alongside DJ sets by Raiden, GINJO, and IMLAY.

Watch SMTOWN Culture Humanity on VLive, Beyond Live, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, TikTok, KNTV (JP).

Tay Sia Yeun, LimTayPeng and QQ Brothers

When: 2 January, 6PM, 7PM & 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

You can catch three acts in a single night to kick off 2021 right at home. Beginning with performances by Tay Sia Yuan, this live-stream by the Esplanade will see the singer uniting with the QQ Brothers for LimTayPeng as a trio, before ending with Peng Chi Sheng and Aaron Matthew Lim themselves. Performances will also be available online for 24 hours after the event for those who missed it.

Find out more here.

Music Lane Festival Okinawa 2021

When: 16 & 17 January

Okinawa is bringing to music lovers Music Lane Festival Okinawa 2021, a hybrid showcase festival that will unite Japanese and international fans alike. Two waves of artists have been announced so far, consisting of namely Shonen Knife, Sunny Day Service, element of the moment, Takako Tate, ALKDO-Turtle Island Acoustic-, CINEMA dub MONKS, RIKUO, Maltese Rock, Fumitomo Yagi, TOSH; as well as eastern youth, Miyuki Hatakeyama, Seventeen Years Old And Berlin Wall, THE BASSONS, THE SAKISHIMA meeting, KACHIMBA 4, Keizou Mikata, HARAHELLS, caino, Home Party People, Funnynoise, AKKANBABYS, Hanako Kimura, abukutatta, SOLVALS, Naomitsu Shinohara, ecole, and viridian.

Alongside the performances is also an international music conference, the Trans Asia Music Meeting 2021. Taking place in various locations, the festival will be woven together through live-streaming, which will remain free of charge for international audiences. 

Regular tickets are available at ¥4,000 (US$38.44) here

SIFA v2.020 - A Bird Calls You To Moscow 

When: NA 

An audio drama that promises an immersive story-telling experience held across three episodes, this series also features the musical works specially-recorded by pianist Albert Tiu. Helmed by director Tan Shou Chen and written by playwright Joel Tan, the audio is designed to be experienced on the move, for the listener to hear and feel, as the role requires, and to simply walk with yourself. 

Listen to the audio drama via the official website, YouTube, or Himalaya


When: Every Saturday starting from 20 June, 8:30PM - 10PM (ID/TH Standard Time) 9:30PM to 11PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Chill and vibe with Singapore Community Radio's new online series, NIGHTCAP! Catch a night of late 70s and 80s Asian music, with Singaporean DJ, Itch. From AOR, Light Mellow and City Pop vinyl records, you can expect nothing but a beautiful blend of pop, jazz and funk music to bring your Saturday night to a close. 

Watch the livestream here.

Official HIGE DANdism

When: For a limited time  

Official HIGE DANdism has shared previously unreleased footage of seven songs performed live during their one-man tour (2018-19). The video are up for a limited time only. 

Watch the livestream here

Martin Garrix Radio

When: Every Saturday, 10PM (ID/TH Standard Time) 11PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Following the success of Martin Garrix's weekly radio show, the Dutch DJ brings it to YouTube. Every Saturday, fans can tune in to Garrix's official YouTube channel and spend the weekend with an exciting set that's sure to get you dancing. 

Watch the livestream here

Mike Shinoda's CoronaJam series

When: Daily 

Linkin Park and Fort Minor's Mike Shinoda has been uploading daily tutorials about production and songwriting as part of a series titled CoronaJam. His first video featured beatmaking, and his next two saw him getting into a hybrid theory-style demo and genre-based songwriting respectively. 

Watch the livestreams here


When: Every Friday

Kodaline will be livestreaming from their homes every Friday, where they will perform their songs and answer fan questions. Fans can send in song requests and questions via their Instagram. 

Watch their livestreams here


When: Weekly 

Radiohead will be releasing a weekly series of archived concerts for fans to stream and enjoy while in self-isolation. Watch their concert film, Live From A Tent In Dublin (October 2000), the first from the series.

Watch the livestream here 


When: Every Monday 

Metallica has embarked on a quarantine series titled 'Metallica Mondays', where they livestream past gigs to keep fans entertained. 

Watch the livestreams here

The National 

When: Every Monday 

The National will be starting a series where they post "exciting communal event" every Monday, in support of their crew. They will be sharing content from their vaults including classic live sets, as well as some unseen or rarely seen footage. 

Watch the livestreams here

David Foster and Katharine McPhee

When: 8.30PM EST, Daily

On Monday, David Foster and Katharine McPhee surprised fans with a concert on Instagram Live. “We decided because we’re all housebound as most of you are—or should be—that we would have a little fun," he shared with fans, before kicking off with a reindition of 'Hallelujah'. "I'm the world's worst piano accompanist for other people's songs," Foster said in a post later, "but Kat is so amazing that she pulls me thru-we are going to try to do it every day-for our own entertainment and hopefully for all of you too."

Watch their daily livestreams here

Sofi Tukker

When: 1AM PH/SG/MY Standard Time/ 12AM TH/ID Standard Time, Daily

Sophie and Tucker will be streaming their DJ sets from their living room every day.

Watch the livestream here

Christine and the Queens

When: 1PM EST, Daily

French singer Christine and the Queens has announced plans to livestream a series of shows from Ferber studio in Paris. "Let’s meet everyday around 6pm CET on my Instagram. I’ll find a way to deal with the ENNUI. Guests and weird concepts included‬," she writes in the caption. 

Watch their livestream here

Living Room Concerts

When: Daily

With Broadway on hiatus, Broadway World has partnered with several Broadway performers to launch a series of Living Room Concerts - "performances direct to you from the living rooms of Broadway performers". The mini-series so far has featured performers such as Andrew Feldman from Dear Evan Hansen, Andy Karl and Orfeh from Pretty Woman, and more. 

Watch the livestreams here

Nightly Met Opera Streams

When: 7.30PM EST, Daily 

The Metropolitan Opera will be streaming encore presentations from the award-winning Live in HD series of cinema transmissions on the company website for the duration of the closure. This began on Monday, March 16 with the 2010 HD performance of Bizet’s Carmen. All streams will begin at 7:30pm EST and will remain available via the homepage of for 20 hours. 

Watch the livestreams here

Singer 2020 

When: Every Friday, February - April 

The famous Chinese reality series, Singer, which pits seasoned singers against one another, will be proceeding without its live audience from 21 February onwards. All the singers will be sequestered to separate locations to record their performance, while the 500-member audience will be connected live-stream to watch and cast their vote via the Mango TV app. 

Watch the show here

Esplanade Offstage

When: Ongoing

Even as Esplanade cancels its upcoming concerts, not all is lost. "With Esplanade Offstage, our online all-access backstage pass and insider’s guide to Singapore and Asian arts and culture, everyone can still stay connected to the arts through stories, videos, podcasts and more," they write in a post. Specially curated from Esplanade's archives, this series features performances by leading acts in Singapore and Asia. 

Watch the performances here


When: Ongoing 

Singapore Chinese Orchestra has rolled out a digital concert series to continue bringing music to everyone. The #DabaoSCOseries is released on a weekly basis, and can be found on thier Facebook page.

Watch the performances here



When: 27 December, 3PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 4PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Live streams aren’t a foreign concept for Shinsei Kamattechan, and just as the year comes to a close, the Japanese rock band hailing from Chiba is holding yet another virtual show for fans entitled Net Generation.’20. In the comfort of your home, rock out to Shinsei Kamattechan’s fusion of pop and punk rock melodies, in place of their original tour. This month, the band is also returning with ‘Boku no Sensou’, the opening theme of Attack On Titan’s final season.

Tickets are available at S$47 here.


When: 25-27 December 2020 (In-person), 27 December, 3PM (Livestream) 

After more than two decades of blogging, mrbrown is bringing his signature humour that Singaporeans know and love, to a never-seen-before concert at SIFA v2.020, where the comedian will be launching his debut music album. Directed by music producer James Lye and backed by a live band, mrbrown will sing and act with his familiar collaborators, blogger Mr Miyagi and Singaporean poet, Marc Nair. A number of his classic podcasts will also be re-imagined as skits, so fans can look forward to new material plus the interactive concept of the concert will allow viewers to join and create content with mrbrown as well.

In-venue session tickets are priced at S$50. Livestream tickets are available on a pay-as-you-wish basis at S$20, S$25, or S$30. Get your tickets here


When: 26 December, 4:30PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 5:30PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Still looking to catch more of T-Square before 2020 comes to a close? You can get more jazz goodness from 26 to 30 December, with a two-day affair starring the band hailing all the way from Tokyo! Grab your tickets for day 1 and day 2 so you don’t miss a single moment. 

Tickets are available here at S$27 each day.


When: 26 December, 3:30PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 4:30PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Following their release of ‘Make A Vow’ in April this year, LUNA SEA, an influential Japanese rock band, held a live show in support of medical personnel and frontline workers in May 2020. This time, they’re making a return with Reload, said to symbolise a “revival” from the events of this past year! Held at the Saitama Super Arena, the new live show will represent a new beginning, as well as being a bridge to their 30th anniversary tour, Cross The Universe, which has been postponed to next year.

Tickets are available here at S$40 each day.


When: 25 December, 6.30PM & 8PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 7.30PM & 9PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Back for third time as a collective, join the Lyrebirds (Crenshaw Yeo, Dinesh Balasingam, Inch Chua, Natalie Yap, and Joel Chua) as they present their renditions of famous musical theatre tunes and Christmas numbers from Broadway. Armed with a full band this year, the Lyrebirds are ready to sing your Christmas blues away live at Esplanade Outdoor Theatre.

Tickets are free. More information here.


When: 25 December, 5PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 6PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Hailing from Iceland, Ásgeir, a folktronica artist, has made history in his home country with various achievements under his belt, especially with his 2012 album Dýrð Í Dauðaþögn. After three years since his last full-length release, Afterglow, Ásgeir will be holding a concert stream following Bury The Moon – an 11-track album from February this year. Catch the prominent artist in action in an exclusive Japan edition stream, together with extra content to be revealed!

Tickets are available here at S$27. 


When: 25 December, 7:15PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 8:15PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Japanese jazz fusion band T-Square is coming together to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Chicken George with a year-end special live stream show. Unlike its other years, the concert is accessible to fans all over the world, who can be a part of the celebration virtually.

Tickets are available at S$27 here.


When: 24 & 25 December, 5.45PM & 7.30PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 6.45PM & 8.30PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Join Cultural Medallion recipient, Louis Soliano alongside his friends for an evening full of merry tunes and soulful renditions of Christmas classics live at the Esplanade Concourse & online. Featuring the likes of Rebecca Alwani (vox), Karen de Silva (violin) and Joel Chua (piano) on Christmas Eve, and Eugene Ang (piano) on Christmas Day, join Louis Soliano and his friends in this musical celebration of Christmas.

Tickets are free. More information here.


When: 22 December, 5.30PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 6.30PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Morisaki Win, lead vocalist of PrizmaX, who also played the role of Daito in Hollywood film Ready Player One, is holding a special acoustic live Christmas show to ring in the holidays. Having put out his latest EP, Parade in August this year, fans can expect tracks from his new release, alongside other hits in the fast-rising solo artist’s discography. 

Tickets are available here at S$20.


Levi's Music Project expands to Malaysia, announces 4 finalists - Alien Lipstick Fire, DATO' MAW, Margasatwa, and Mayabayu

When: 22 December, 8PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 9PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Levi’s Music Project Malaysia has shortlisted four budding artistes to perform at a virtual concert on 22 December via Levi’s global Youtube channel. The winner of the showcase will walk away with a RM 20,000 music video grant to create the music video of their dreams. Featuring the likes of Alien Lipstick Fire, DATO’ MAW, Margasatwa, and Marabayu, catch the finalists battle it out at the virtual show on 22 December via Levi’s Global Youtube channel.


When: 22 December, 8:30PM (ID/TH Standard Time) or 9:30PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Kiana V is hosting a big birthday celebration with fans all over the world this December. Joined with special guests, the spirit of giving, and of course lots of music, Safe Place is the place to be, to have a blast before the year ends!

Get tickets here. General admission tickets are available at US$3, while VIP tickets are available at US$5.

A Little Mozart With Chloe Chua 

When: 4-18 December, 7PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Singapore’s violin prodigy Chloe Chua is starring in Mozart’s lyrical Violin Concerto No. 2, accompanied by the Singapore Symphony Orchestra with Chief Conductor Hans Graf. Catch this rare and inspiring performance by one of Singapore’s fast-rising classical acts, which also includes Beethoven’s unstoppable Seventh Symphony in the second half of the programme. 

Tickets are available here on a pay-as-you-wish basis at S$10, S$20, S$30, or S$50 until 18 December, 5PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 6PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time).

Bombay Bicycle Club: I Had The Blues But I Shook Them Loose Livestream

When: 15 & 16 December

In support of their new live album, I Had The Blues But I Shook Them Loose – Live At Brixton to be released on 11 December, Bombay Bicycle Club will be returning to London’s Konk Studios for a special live stream gig, where they are set to perform their debut album. Released in 2009, I Had The Blues But I Shook Them Loose features 12 tracks put together in the same studio, whereas the live album was recorded at the Brixton Academy last year. Following this, Bombay Bicycle Club have promised fans that they will be focusing on new music, which they aim to deliver next year. 

Different sessions for UK and Ireland, Europe, Australia and New Zealand, as well as US and Canada are available. Fans who have pre-ordered I Had The Blues But I Shook Them Loose – Live At Brixton will gain admission to the show, while a separate ticket can be purchased here

KEIKO Live K002

When: 16 December, 5PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 6PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Kalafina's KEIKO will be performing at Zepp DiverCity Tokyo for her second live performance of the year. This comes after her first show, KEIKO First Live K001 – I’m home, held at Club Quattro in Shibuya, Tokyo in September. Being her first concert after the release of her solo debut album, Lantana, earlier this month, expect fresh tracks to be performed, such as ‘Nanairo no Finale’, which was also co-written by Kalafina producer Yuki Kajiura.

Concert and streaming tickets can be purchased here.

JW 2XX & Beyond Virtual Festival

When: 17 December, 5PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 6PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Bringing an year-end treat, Johnnie Walker is hosting a virtual festival with some of the Philippines' freshest acts. 2XX & Beyond Virtual Festival will feature musical performances from Breakbot + Irfane Jason Dhakal, Fern., and August Wahh, as well as talks from Nico Bolzico and more. 

Watch it on Johnnie Walker PH's official Facebook page. 


When: 17 December, 6PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 7PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Japanese rock group Sengoku Jidai, also known as The Age of Civil Wars, are delivering a special live stream show to wrap up the year. This rare occasion comes with a new song, to be received by viewers after the performance. The concert will only be available for viewing during the streaming time. 

Tickets are available at S$15 here

Jukuleles - Live at Esplanade Concourse

When: 18 December, 5.45PM and 7.30pm (ID/TH Standard Time) or 6.45pm and 8.30pm (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Known for their deep love for music, let the Jukuleles treat you to their unique rendition of popular songs you know and love. Take a ride and step into their magical musical landscape, and let them tease you with different genres of music from the ‘70’s right through to current contemporary hits. Their 8.30pm (PH/SG/MY Standard Time) show will also be live-streamed online so that you can catch them from the comfort of your own home.

Tickets are free. Click here for more details.

Singapore Symphony Orchestra Online Concert

When: 18 December, 7PM (ID/TH Standard Time) or 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

2020 may have been an unusual year for most of us, but the Singapore Symphony Orchestra won’t let this year pass without an annual musical gathering of yuletide cheer. Join them in alongside the Singapore Symphony Choruses in their special year-end celebration featuring Baroque classics by Bach, Handel and Vivaldi, paired with contemporary Christmas carols by renowned music composer John Rutter. This online concert is directed by "Count On Me, Singapore" director, Eric Wong

Tickets are pay as you wish starting from $10 onwards. 

Click here for more information.

SIFA v2.020 - Jazz at Play: 7 Songs at Christmas

When: 17-19 December, 7PM (ID/TH Standard Time) or 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Jazz at Play: 7 Songs at Christmas’ promise is in its name – the programme will include two 45-minute sets of seven songs for each evening, namely a Christmas tune, a favourite jazz classic, an original composition, two songs that represent 2020 and 2021, and also two dedications selected from the audience. Brought to life by artists Wei 5, Alemay Fernandez, and Aaron James Lee Group, Richard Jackson for the first night; Rani Singam and Rit Xu Group for the second; and finally The Steve McQueens and Regi Leo for the third, this will be an uplifting session in celebration of Christmas and jazz for a laidback evening. 

Tickets are available here at $50 for in-venue, and $120 for a bundle of 3. 

Jun Togawa Birthday Live 2020

When: 18 December, 5PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 6PM  (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Jun Togowa’s birthday may be over, but that doesn’t mean the celebration’s been called off once and for all. In view of the coronavirus, the Japanese pop singer’s annual birthday event has been pushed back for eight months, but has been confirmed to make a return just before the year ends. Join in as Jun Togowa, along with Nobuo Nakahara, Lion Mellie, Atsunobu Yakabe, Shinichi Yamaguchi, as well as Kazuhide Yamaji perform more than 20 songs, coming together for a live performance available for streaming for three days. 

Tickets are available at S$50 here.

The Wandering

When: 18 - 20 December, 12pm (SG/PH/MY Standard Time)

Scored and inspired by SAMSARA, The Wandering is an accompanying film released with the latest album from SAtheCollective. The story depicts the typical Singapore family, but after a man loses his job and the respect of his wife and teenage son, he seeks to reconnect with his family by taking them on a trip to visit a childhood haunt, but the place is nothing like what he remembered. Choreographed by performance artist Rizman Putra, and co-directed by  filmmakers, Russell Morton and Yeo Siew Hua, through music, choreography and the moving image, the film shows a sensitive and raw reflection of a family in crisis.

Tickets are free. Sign up here.

Global Grindcore Alliance

When: 18-19 December

For lovers of grindcore, you're in for a treat. Organised by the Gurkha Commando Blast Team, the Global Grindcore Alliance is a two-day event featuring 20 grindcore bands such as Rot, Antigama, Thin, Bandit, and more. It will be streamed exclusively on YouTube over two days, with 10 bands performing each day. The virtual festival will benefit all the bands involved and viewers will be able to purchase merchandise such as DVDs, CDs and T-shirts from the show.

For more information, click here.

Better Together with Miss Lou and friends

When: 20 December, 6.30PM and 8PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 7.30PM and 9PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

As this unprecedented year draws to a close, join Miss Lou as she looks back and gives thanks to the people who have helped to make it better. Expect some festive classics and original songs with her first live performance in front of an audience since the pandemic began. Known for her brand of purposeful, honest, and uplifting music that is sure to move even the toughest hearts, she will be joined by guest artists to premiere three new original songs from her upcoming collaborative song-writing web series and new album written using crowd-sourced prompts, A Song A Day, scheduled for release in the first quarter of 2021.

Tickets are free. Click here for more information.


When: 12-14 December

Gorillaz have announced a global live stream this December, Song Machine Live, in three different time zones across two days. This is the chance for fans to catch the virtual group’s first live performance of tracks from Song Machine, Season 1, and is also their first live show in over two years. 

Tickets are available here from US$14.88. Streaming times include 12 December, 6PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 7PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time); 13 December, 7AM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 8AM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time); and 14 December, 2AM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 3AM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time).


When: 12 and 13 December, 1PM, 2:15PM, 3:30PM and 4:45PM (SG/PH/MY Standard Time)

An immersive sonic journey that draws inspiration from the existentialist notion essentiality, the tracks are arranged in a way that it flows like a guided meditation, woven with original compositions, instructions, dialogue, Foley and field recordings. Held at the Victoria Theatre, the programme will bring participants on a unique journey as they will get to encounter the work at the recommended location to get the fully immersive, interactive, sonic experience.

Tickets are free. Sign up here.

Vans Musicians Wanted Showcase

When: 9 December

After a period of careful deliberation, Vans Musicians Wanted has finally settled on its top 5 finalists from Asia-Pacific (APAC) to compete at its annual showcase on 9 December. Among the top 5 are math rock band Ultra Mega Cat Attack from Singapore; alternative rock duo Niko Niko Tan Tan from Japan; underground hip-hop artists PurpleSoul from China; as well as experimental rock group Num Num, and DJ H4RDY from Korea. Tune in to see what they have in store for the competition, alongside finalists from the Americas and Europe, in addition to the impressive panel of judges, including J.I.D, Bohan Phoenix, Nilüfer Yanya, Anderson .Paak, and Tierney Stout. 

Watch the Vans Musicians Wanted Showcase here, while more information on the finalists and the schedule can be found here.


When: 12 December, starts at 5.30PM JST or 4.30PM SG/PH/MY Standard Time or 3.30PM TH/ID Standard Time 

For the first time ever, J-pop girl group DEAR KISS will be hosting their virtual performance by performing in their personalised 3D avatars. There will be a tipping system put in place during the stream for fans to show their support to the girl group directly, and they will also be able to rewatch the stream on-demand until 15 December. 

Ticket are priced at S$15/PHP 538, get them here


When: 12 December, 7PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 8PM (SG/PH/MY Standard Time)

After the first part of its series, Imprint in November, 傳承 is back in December to showcase music compositions by various talents. Witness performances by the Kids' Philharmonic, Benedict Ng, He Miya, Joost Christaan Flach, and more; while taking pleasure in pieces created by 10-year-old music prodigy Nathanael Koh, as well as Phoon Yew Tien, Liu Zhiyue, and Ng Yuhng. This is the final concert of Imprint & 傳承, so don't miss this rare opportunity to catch some of the most exciting classical musicians in action!

Tune in to the final concert of Imprint & 傳承 here.


When: 12 December, 5:30PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 6:30PM (SG/PH/MY Standard Time)

World famous composer Ryuichi Sakamoto will be holding Playing the Piano 12122020 on 12 December. Broadcast live from a studio in Tokyo, this will be his first piano solo concert in Japan since 2013, and his last of the year. It will be hosted on MUSIC/SLASH, which is said to provide “highest sound quality ever developed in the industry”. 

The live performance will be directed by Rhizomatiks, a Japanese company that focuses on the relationship and boundaries between analog and digital, as the real and virtual. Enlisted with the help of artist duo Zakkubalan from New York, the best will be brought out of Sakamoto’s music, along with its accompanying cinematography for the show.

Ticket sales are priced at 5,000 yen (US$47.89, excluding taxes) and sales will end 7 December, 9:59PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 10:59PM (SG/PH/MY Standard Time). Find out more and buy your tickets here.


When: 12 December, 5PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 6PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Tokyo-based musical duo, ROTH BART BARON, have announced their new fifth album, 極彩色の祝祭 (Loud Colors & Silence Festival) – a 10-track release that celebrates life, diversity, happiness, and more. To commemorate the release of the record, they are inviting fans to join their online live stream on 12 December – possibly one of the first few times they will be performing their newest tracks! 

Tickets are available at S$15 here


When: 12 December, 7PM GMT

Said to be TesseracT’s most ambitious project to date, PORTALS, a live cinematic experience, is coming to metal fans all the way from Lite Up Studios in the United Kingdom. Performing fan-favourites, and accompanied by breathtaking visuals, this virtual show is set to redefine live concerts during this period of the pandemic, available to fans all over the world. 

Premiering 13 December, 2AM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 3AM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time), PORTALS will be available for unlimited streaming up to 3 days after the show. Tickets are available here at US$15.68. 


When: 4 to 6 December, 7PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Experiencing homebound blues? You can still take a trip to Indonesia this third edition of Music Matters Live from Home! Across three episodes, explore the beauty of Indonesia from the locations of Danau Toba, Labuan Bajo, as well as Yogyakarta & Borobudur - together with local and international artists Andmesh, Hondo, Kurt Hugo Schneider, Jules Aurora, Weird Genius, Danilla Riyadi, Ni/Co, Isyana Sarasvati, PADI Reborn, and Sam Tsui. While setting a new benchmark for art events during the pandemic, Music Matters from Wonderful Indonesia will be a place where music and travel can come together as one.

Watch Music Matters from Wonderful Indonesia on Music Matters’ FacebookYouTube and Instagram.


When: 18 November to 6 December

A special edition of the in-conversation series Unboxing New Music is coming to classical fans! Enlisted with the help of composers in the region including Yii Kah Hoe from Malaysia, Isang Yun from Korea, Claude Vivier from Canada, and Koh Cheng Jin from Singapore, Unboxing New Music: Sounds of Asia will feature a full-length digital concert to celebrate diversity, in addition to in-depth discussions on their lives, inspirations, and creations. It’s also your chance to catch a glimpse of the newly-minted Singaporean group, Ensemble Æquilibrium.

Tickets are available here on a pay-as-you-wish basis at S$10, S$15, or S$20 from 18 November to 6 December.


When: 5 December

Liam Gallagher is taking streaming to a whole new level. Performing from a barge sailing down the Thames, the lead singer of the legendary rock band will be performing tracks from his solo venture and his earlier days in Oasis, including "some of which you haven’t heard [him] sing for a long, long time". The full set will be broadcast live globally on MelodyVR, with a total of four showings – the session for Australia, New Zealand and Asia will take place on 6 December, 5PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 6PM (SG/PH/MY Standard Time). 

Tickets are available here at US$21.68 starting 13 November.


When: 5 December, 7:30AM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 8:30AM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

In place of their summer US headliner, instrumental math rock band Covet is throwing a worldwide party for international fans! Watch the trio rock out to their latest album, technicolour, released in June this year featuring tracks like ‘nero’, ‘good morning’, and ‘atreyu’. If you’d like to treat yourself to concert memorabilia, take a look at their bundles, which includes an exclusive t-shirt. 

Tickets are available here from US$10.


When: 5 December, 1PM PT or 6 December, 5AM (SG/PH/MY Standard Time) or 6 December, 4AM (ID/TH Standard Time)

Evanescence is making their first public performance of 2020. The rock band will be giving their debut performances off the forthcoming album, The Bitter Truth, along with signature fan favourites during the livestream event. Aired from the Rock Falcon Studios, the stream will be available from its initial broadcast till 8 December. 

Early bird tickets are priced at US$9.99 (approx. SG$13 / PHP 481) until 30 November. Get tickets here.


When: 5 December, 12PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 1PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Culture Cartel may not be able to take it to the streets for 2020, but its digital spin is still here to surprise you with the best of fashion, art, music, and more. This year’s lineup flaunts some of the most exciting attendees on the regional scale, from two of Vans Musicians Wanted Singapore’s top 5 finalists, Woes and Opus Renegade, to other acts such as Haneri, Yuka Mizuhara, A/K/A SOUNDS, and others. With interactive booths, talks, performances, and a range of showcases, Culture Cartel is back to illuminate the best of street culture across Singapore, South-East Asia and the world. 

Register here.


When: 4 & 5 December, 6PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 7PM (SG/PH/MY Standard Time)

After a successful fan-con in early 2019, The Boyz are finally back with more! This December, the boy group will be holding a two-day affair for fans titled The Film Festival, where fans can witness performances and more. Put together with an online concert and an offline event, this is the chance for fans from both Korea and worldwide alike to celebrate The Boyz' third anniversary.

Online tickets will be available for purchase on Interpark


When: 3 December

The Jonas Brothers’ virtual concert this December is embracing the interaction we seek from months of no live shows. Enlisting the help of fans, the band’s setlist will be determined by votes via comments left real-time, with custom hashtags brought to life onscreen. With the Lenovo partnership, the audience will also have the choice of their favourite camera angles, unlock ‘digital keepsakes’, merchandise, and others.

Creators can submit their original artwork to be selected as the official designs for the concert poster, visuals, merchandise, and more, with prizes to be won. Get more information here


When: 3 December, 8PM

Yuna has announced an online concert taking place on 3 December, streamed live from Malaysia's most well-known aquarium, Aquaria KLCC. No live audience will be present at the live stream concert, but there are bound to be fishes around for a different kind of atmosphere. She will also be sharing her journey towards making this unique show.

Tickets are available here at US$15 (excluding service fee), along with limited edition merchandise.


When: 28 November, 4PM (TH/ID Standard Time), 5PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Following the release of her second album Future Nostalgia earlier this year, the Dua Lipa is hosting her first-ever online concert this month via LIVENow. Said to be a "multi-dimensional", "unconventional and unique" celebration of the past, present and future, fans are expected to see Dua Lipa move through a myriad of intricate custom-built sets, including "surreal TV shows, roller discos, ecstatic raves," and more. She will be performing songs from her newest album Future Nostalgia, her remix album Club Future Nostalgia, as well as her self-titled debut album

Tickets are available here until 27 November, 10PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 11PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time). 


When: 28 November, 4AM (SG/PH/MY Standard Time) or 3AM (TH/ID Standard Time)

Filmed in Sala Sol in Madrid, the Spanish rock band will be performing songs off their new album, The Prettiest Curse, alongside some surprise versions of the songs and classical favourites. Titled the ‘Live In The Rainbow’ Tour, fans are also able to purchase merchandise to the livestream such as exclusive hoodies, T-shirts, and can even opt for the Afterparty Upgrade where they can interact with HINES through a Q&A session.

Tickets are priced at S$19/PHP 682 including service fees, get your tickets here.


When: 28 November, 7PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

An exclusive digital showcase by AXN is coming to our screens this November. Catch a star-studded cast of celebrities and artists from all around the globe, including Afgan, Anggun, Cosentino, Cyril Takayama, David Foster, Michael Bolton and Mel C, alongside performances by guest performers such as tap dance group Dance Thrilogy, D'Academy winner Lesti DA, electric ukuleleist Feng E, classical crossover singer Gerphil Flores, and more. In a collaboration with the Republic of Indonesia’s Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy, staying home is made easy with an exciting virtual extravaganza like AXN All-Stars.

Stream the event on AXN Asia’s Facebook and YouTube.


When: 20 December, 5.30PM (ID/TH Standard Time) or 6:30PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

End your year with a bang and rock out with one of the top ten best-selling artists in Japan. This December, Japanese rock band, GLAY, is holding a one-day affair for their 25th anniversary finale, performing songs from their range of chart-toppers. If you’re set on tuning in to one of Asia’s most influential rock bands, don’t forget to check out their specially designed merchandise to complete the experience.

Tickets are available here at S$50.

2020 Andong K-pop Online Concert

When: 17 November, 5PM (ID/TH Standard Time) or 6PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Andong city in South Korea is bringing together a slew of artists for a free online concert. On the lineup are B1A4, Jeon Jiyoon, KARD, ONEUS, Ji Se Hee, Truedy, Purple Beck, and BXK – streamed live, this will be where K-pop and the beauty of Andong will merge for an unforgettable and exclusive show. 

Watch it on Andong City's YouTube channel here


When: 18 November, 12PM PST or 19 November, 4AM (SG/PH/MY Standard Time) or 19 November, 3AM (TH/ID Standard Time) 

French metal band, Gojira, are streaming their unreleased headlining performance from Hell Fest 2019, one of the largest rock music festivals in Europe. Available for streaming on their official website for free, the show will be available on-demand after the initial broadcast till 21 November. 

For more information, visit the official website

SB19 (Global Live)

When: 21 November, 1PM (TH/ID Standard Time) 2PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

The Philippines’ first-ever P-pop group trained in Korea will be joining in on an exclusive live stream this November. Connecting with fans all the way from Manila, this is a one-time occasion where fans from all over the world can catch SB19 from the comfort of their homes. Being all-rounded artists, look forward to their performances of singing and self-choreographed dancing, bound to intrigue their growing fanbase locally and internationally. 

Available in Australia, Singapore, Indonesia, Canada, UK, USA, Spain, France, Tokyo, Germany, Africa, China, Brazil, Russia, UAE, Philippines, and New Zealand. Get your tickets here.

Majulah Live 2020

When: 21 & 22 November, 3PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 4PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Majulah Live 2020 will be bringing a weekend full of fun and music with the most electrifying acts from Singapore the third week of November! On the first day, Majulah Comedy Live will unite Fakkah Fuzz, Rishi Budhrani, Jinx Yeo, and Sharul Channa for the Sons & Sister of Singapore Comedy; while headliners Aisyah Aziz, Jon Chua JX, and Estelle Fly, along with Tengyboy, SMSband, BGourd, Hairi Eyes, Jean Seizure and DSML, FAUXE and Shye, as well as Elsa Mickayla, will light up the stage on the second day at Majulah Music Live. The show is filmed at the Sands Theatre at Marina Bay Sands, so don't miss out on the rare visual spectacle.

General admission tickets for each day are priced at S$15, while all-access passes to both days at priced at S$25. Get your tickets here

Architects: Live at Royal Albert Hall 

When: 21 November, 8PM GMT /  22 November, 4AM (SG/PH/MY Standard Time) 

British metalcore band Architects are going to perform an exclusive global livestreaming event from the magnificent Royal Albert Hall that has seen huge artists with the likes of Adele, David Gilmour, David Bowie, and more. The band also announced that they will be releasing their ninth studio record 'For Those That Wish To Exist' on 26 February. Merchandise such as T-shirts, posters, and hoodies are on sale for fans who wish to don the new apparel while watching the virtual concert. 

Tickets are priced at US$20 (SGD 27/PHP 968). Get tickets here


When: 22 November, 1PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 2PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Stray Kids announced in October that they will be holding a virtual concert Unlock: GO LIVE IN LIFE through online streaming platform Beyond Live the following month. The show will be available on-demand and fans can watch the stream with up to five devices simultaneously. 

Tickets are priced at US$29.35. For more information, click here.

Metallica Helping Hands Concert & Auction

When: 14 November, 4AM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 5AM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Catch a rare acoustic show by Metallica at their first ever worldwide pay-per-view event, Helping Hands Concert & Auction. In support of All Within My Hands, the concert is available for watch on-demand within a 48-hour period, with a total of four ticket packages to choose from. That includes the VIP Virtual Fan Ticket Bundle, Audio & T-shirt Ticket Bundle, Audio Ticket Bundle, and Standard Ticket. An auction will also be held with “awesome items” waiting to be snagged.

Get your tickets here.

Fred Perry Subculture Live

When: 14 November, 7PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Celebrating music and street culture, Fred Perry Subculture Live is getting a digital spin this year with a fresh live stream format and a night of performances by some of the region’s hottest acts. On the list this year are Singaporean indie-pop band, M1LDL1FE, contemporary pop singer-songwriter, Linying; Malaysia punk-rock act, No Good, ska legends, Gerhana Skacinta; and Indonesian alt-rockers, Reality Club.

Fred Perry Subculture Live aims to create “unconventional gig experiences” while spotlighting up-and-coming, as well as well-known music talents. 

Watch it on their Facebook event page here.

Michael Kaneko Estero Release Party

When: 15 November, 4PM (ID/TH Standard Time) or 5PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Rising singer-songwriter Michael Kaneko is throwing a global party for fans all around the world. In support of his newly released album ESTERO from August this year, he will be singing tracks as an up-close and personal show, as well as performing with a full band for the best of both worlds. The concert will be available on-demand for a few days. 

Tickets are available at S$30 here until 22 November, 6PM (ID/TH Standard Time) or 7PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time). 

Oilworks Presents ALEA

When: 15 November, from 5PM (ID/TH Standard Time) or 6PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

A night of chill hip-hop and electro beats awaits you at Oilworks presents ALEA. With special guest DJ Bomb, indulge in a special release affair with a lineup of artists such as lee (asano+ryuhei), Joint Beauty, JUNES K, and DJ GQ, and a cast of Olive Oil, Poppy Oil, and DJ SHOE. 

Tickets are available at S$15 here.


When: 16 November, 4:45PM (ID/TH Standard Time) or 5:45PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

In commemoration of their first single, ‘Future Diver’, will be holding a virtual concert following the cancellation of their national tour. Roping in fans worldwide, the exclusive affair will include the reveal of a new song, and a special performance only to be seen on that day. Longtime fans will also get to indulge in performances of songs from their earlier days, including ‘Future Diver’. 

Tickets are available at S$45 here until 22 November, 7PM (ID/TH Standard Time) or 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time).

Pulse of the Maggots Festival 

When: 13 November, 12PM PST (4AM SG/PH/MY Standard Time) or (3AM TH/ID Standard Time)

Rock out to heavy music with a good cause! In an effort to spotlight and showcase emerging artists and new contributors to the heavy music scene, presents the Pulse of the Maggots Festival. The free live-streaming event will feature over 20 artists across three digital stages, the MusiCares stage, Rock Against Racism Stage and the ESP stage. The artists enlisted for the digital event include the likes of Hacktivist, October Ends, PRXJEK, Cerberus, and many more. Along with the musical event, new merchandise is also available for sale including a ‘Pulse of the Maggots Fest’ t-shirt which a portion of proceeds will go to MusiCares. 

For more information and the full lineup, click here.


When: 15 November, 3PM (ID/TH Standard Time) or 4PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Travelling may still be out of the question for now, but shows from abroad can still be caught to give us the experiences of rich sound and culture. Under the KANSAI GENKI! PROJECT, Anna Tsuchiya is delivering a powerful show broadcast from the Yao City Cultural Hall Prism Hall this November. Armed with the best room acoustics, and a stage for grand performances courtesy of the venue, this exclusive one-night event is not to be missed.

Tickets are available at S$40 here until 22 November, 7PM (ID/TH Standard Time) or 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time).

Songs For Shelter

When: 14 November, 10AM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 11AM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Reneé Dominique is fronting the fight to end youth homeless in San Diego and the Philippines, together with Rebecca Fade & The Cold Fact, Cedrice Ce, and The Lyrical Groove. This November, the young singer-songwriter best known for her YouTube channel will be holding a free live stream concert as part of her advocacy project, Songs For Shelter. This comes shortly a month after releasing her new and refreshing single with Bloome, 'The Rose'. 

Watch the live stream on her YouTube channel here.


When: 10 November, 7PM (ID/TH Standard Time) or 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

The Ensemble intercontemporain Wind Quintet may not be able to perform at the Singapore International Festival of Arts in the flesh, but they’ll be streaming their performance all the way from Paris. This will mark their Singapore debut, presenting a passionate overview of 20th century music inspired by the beauty and discovery of nature. Tune in for a whimsical and breathtaking show featuring works of Claude Debussy, Pierre Boulez, John Cage, Luciano Berio, and more, along with insights from the ensemble and a Q&A. 

The initial live stream will take place on 10 November, 7PM (ID/TH Standard Time) or 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time) while video-on-demand will be available from 12 November, 11AM (ID/TH Standard Time) or 12PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time) to 22 November on a pay-as-you-wish basis at S$10, S$15, or S$20. Get your tickets here.

2020 CON:TACT Series

When: 30 October, 7PM (ID/TH Standard Time) or 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Taking place a day before Halloween, Epik High and Younha have been announced to reunite at the first concert of the 2020 C:ONTACT SERIES, Memory Theatre: Halloween. Taking place online, the show is expected to be a fusion of virtual reality (VR) and extended reality (XR), which entails exciting activities and interactions for fans over the virtual space. The event will be co-hosted by Motive Productions and Motion Technology. More information and acts will be revealed later.

More details will be announced soon. 


When: 6-8 November

Singapore’s biggest alternative music festival is back for its second run this year. Rock out to bangers from a slew of talented homegrown acts such as M1LDL1FE, THELIONCITYBOY, .gif, ABANGSAPAU, Baybeats’ Budding Bands as well as renowned regional artists. Abiding by government regulations, some of the selected shows will be welcoming a small group of live audience into the centre, but all shows will be broadcast live from the Esplanade Concert Hall, Esplanade Theatre, and Esplanade Annexe Studio. Stream the full show via Baybeats Facebook and Youtube channels as well as Esplanade Offstage.  

For more information, click here.


When: 7 November 3PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 4PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Coinciding with her new album release, Kylie Minogue will be hosting a livestream concert. Entitled 'Kylie: Infinite Disco', the Australian singer will be performing in a "visual world" imagined by her and her production team. Fans can expect tracks from her upcoming album, as well as some of her greatest hits.

Tickets for the show can be purchased through this link

Fans in Indonesia can watch the livestream for 295,000 IDR via Ismaya TV. Get tickets here.


When: 7 November, 4PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 5PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time), and 8 November, 12AM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 1AM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

The Korea Brand & Entertainment Expo (KBEE) will be combining two of the most defining parts of South Korean entertainment for an online audience this 2020. With K-pop performances by top artists such as Taemin and Super Junior-D&E, in addition to K-drama OSTs by Ailee, Soyou, Lyn, Hwang Chi-yeul, and Yesung, this is an eventful weekend not to be missed, especially for fans of the K-wave.

Watch on the the YouTube channels of KOTRA TV and SBS KPOP.


When: 8 November 4PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 5PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Niall Horan of English pop sensation One Direction will be pitching in to help his road crew affected by the impacts of the coronavirus. His special one-off livestream show will be taking place at the Royal Albert Hall in London, with tickets going on sale on 16 October. All proceeds will be shared between his touring crew who are unable to work, and the #WeNeedCrew relief fund. 

Livestream for viewers in Asia will be on 8 November. Get your tickets here.

Fans from the Philippines may purchase tickets at 1,000 PHP (exclusive of ticketing fees) via Platinumlist.

‘Drifter Like You Do’ Live Stream Concert

When: 30 October, 7PM (ID/TH Standard Time) or 8PM (SG/PH/MY Standard Time)

For those who can’t get enough of JJ Lin’s new album ‘Drifter Like You Do’ and crave to hear the live version, you are in for a treat. The Mandopop artist is holding a livestream concert on Friday, 30 October on his official YouTube channel. He will also be premiering the official music video for English single, ‘While I Can’. 

For more information on the livestream concert, visit JJ Lin's official website or his Instagram page

Sam Smith Live At Abbey Road Studios

When: 31 October, 4PM (ID/TH Standard Time) or 5PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time) 

Sam Smith is coming back to Abbey Road Studios for an exclusive live stream event this October. Join in on the session as the songsmith delivers old and new tracks, including Grammy award winning 'Stay With Me', 'Lay Me Down', and 'Too Good At Goodbyes' – coupled with the world premiere performances of 'Love Goes', 'My Oasis', 'Kids Again', and more. The best part? Like a real concert, it doesn't simply stop there – there's even opportunities to participate like a Q&A element for the live show.  

Get your tickets here.

Golden Indie Music Awards 

When: 31 October, 5PM (ID/TH Standard Time) or 6PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Taking place on 31 October at the Taipei Music Center, the Golden Indie Music Awards are back again to honour the best artists from genres all across the board. Tune in to see which of the nominees clinch an award, from the likes of Rich Brian, Rina Sawayama, ena mori, to CADEJO, sorane, kinakaian, and more; and watch out for the exclusive interviews and discussions they're rolling out leading up to the event.

Follow them on Facebook here, and catch the stream on YouTube here. For the full list of nominees, click here.


When: 25 October, 6AM (SG/PH/MY Standard Time) OR 5AM (TH/ID Standard Time)

Billie Eilish is taking the Where Do We Go? World Tour straight to your screens this October. Available for streaming on her website, fans can get tickets at $30 USD (PHP 1,453/SGD 41). Purchasing a ticket would entitle you to access to the livestream show, exclusive merch, and the concert on demand for 24 hours after the initial broadcast. 

Buy tickets here.


When: 25 October, 3:30PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 4:30PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Japanese metal band GALNERYUS will be electrifying the audience with their first-ever live stream concert, ready to kick-start the next chapter of the band's history. Having been in the scene for over two decades, their debut into the digital realm is in support of their freshly released live DVD, FALLING INTO THE FLAMES OF PURGATORY – after they dropped their 12th full-length album INTO THE PURGATORY in late 2019. A special one day event to be spectated by fans around the globe, We'll See The Light Of Hope also marks as a warm welcome to LEA, GALNERYUS' new drummer.

Get your tickets here


When: 16-25 October

K-pop fans rejoice! KCON:TACT is back yet again for its fall edition, this time with an additional three days from 16 - 25 October. This marks its second event this year, after the successful KCON:TACT 2020 Summer amassed up to four million viewers in 153 regions globally. It saw a lineup of top artists like Ateez, Cravity, Monsta X, (G)I-DLE, TXT, and more. 

October brings forth acts just as exciting, including AB6IX, Ha Sung Woon, KARD, LOONA, MAMAMOO, Park Ji Hoon, Sun Mi, and more to be announced. CJ ENM will also be introducing new elements to the show with the use of technology. This includes Augmented Reality (AR), Mixed Reality (MR), and eXpanded Reality (XR) technology, bringing across a unique experience for attendees. Look forward to convention programs and live performances, as well as meeting your favourite artists in interactive sessions. 

Follow KCON for updates. KCON 2020 Fall will be streamed here.


When: 24 October, 5AM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

To celebrate their 10th anniversary, Japanese rock-metal band, Esprit D'Air will be hosting an immersive virtual concert experience for their fans, which is replacing their original show at The Dome in London. Partnering up with Single Music, lead vocalist, Kai, will be joined by Yusuke Okamoto on guitar, Kazuki Nishigaki on bass, and Andre Joyzi (Breed 77) on drums for this one-off exclusive event. To offer an interactive experience, fans will get to shop, tip the band and chat while watching the concert which will be available for streaming on their official website. 

For more information, visit the official website. To get tickets, click here.


When: 24 October, 8AM (SG/PH/MY Standard Time) or 7AM (ID/TH Standard Time)

Personally affected by Lyme Disease herself, Avril Lavigne announced a live stream benefit concert to raise awareness and funds for individuals affected by the illness. Performing songs from her 2019 album, Head Above Water, the title track describes the artist's journey battling Lyme. Avril will be donating 100% of the proceeds to The Avril Lavigne Foundation and Global Lyme Alliance, and more artists are slated to join Avril in the benefit concert. 

Tickets start at US$25. For more information and to buy tickets, click here.


When: 24 October, 9AM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 10AM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time) 

Joji is gearing up for his first online visual spectacle this October. Prepare yourselves for a night of never-before-seen hijinks from the 'Tick Tock' act at his self-directed virtual concert The Extravaganza, where he will perform songs from his latest album Nectar live for the first time.

Tickets are available now for £13.00 (approx. PHP 815/SGD 23). Get your tickets here.

Two re-showings of the event will be available on October 24 at 7 p.m. WIB (Asia and Australia) and 7 p.m. CEST (Europe and Africa).


When: 24 October, 6PM (SG/PH/MY Standard Time) or 5PM (ID/TH Standard Time) 

Wanderland is taking things online for their Home Court edition this month. In collaboration with Globe Telecom, the Manila-based festival has announced that the artists playing the event include the likes of Phum Viphurit, Lola Amour, Rusty Machines, Honne, and more.  

Sign up via the GlobeOne app for passes to the festival. 


When: Premieres 10 October 7PM (TH/ID Standard Time) 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time), available until 24 October, 7PM (TH/ID Standard Time) 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Indulge in a wholly percussive experience with one of Singapore’s youngest percussionists, 23-year-old Julia Tan, on the marimba. Having graduated from the Mannes School of Music, New York, as well as being a recipient of the Best Graduate Award from Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, Julia will go on to showcase her talents with the help of the Singapore Symphony Orchestra and associate conductor Joshua Tan. Together, they will deliver the Marimba Concerto by French composer-percussionist Emmanuel Séjourné, and also Barber’s Adagio for Strings and Suk’s Serenade in E-flat major.

Tickets will be on a pay-as-you-wish basis from $10 onwards. For more information, click here.


When: 22 October, 5-6PM (SG/PH/MY Standard Time) 

Singer-songwriter and producer, blackbear, is performing an online concert from the hotel lobby of the Hollywood Roosevelt in Los Angeles. To celebrate the release of his fifth studio album, everything means nothing, the artist will be performing songs from 'the afterglow' album to the newest tracks that just dropped. The paid livestream will be available globally. 

Tickets are available at SGD16.46 or PHP589 excluding service fees. Get tickets here.


When: 22 October, 5PM (SG/PH/MY Standard Time) or 4PM (ID/TH Standard Time)

James Bay and his live band will be performing an exclusive, one-off, worldwide livestream show from Shakespeare’s Globe in London. The very special multi-camera event will be broadcast to fans all around the world, time-zoned to specific regions. The live stream is a one-off event with no rebroadcasts, and tickets are now available for $19.50. 

Get tickets here.


When: 21 October, 6PM PST (9AM SG/MY/PH Standard Time) and 22 October, 8PM BST (3AM SG/MY/PH Standard Time) 

Filmed at the Lodge Room from Los Angeles, Local Natives will be performing at the exclusive livestream event for two timezones, one for the US and a rebroadcast for the UK. It'll be the first time the band is coming together to perform since March. 

Tickets go on sale 14 October, get them here.

Sonik Philippines 2020

When: 15-17 October

The Philippines' official music conference and festival is returning for its second year this October to deliver industry professionals, musicians, and enthusiasts numerous talks in hopes of innovating the music landscape.

Over the course of three days, 12 relevant industry topics and three networking breakout sessions with the likes of Rico Blanco, Vince Nantes, Ed Is Dead, Mike Constantino, ANYGMA, and more are slated to take place. Over 30 local and international acts, including The Itchyworms, Leanne & Naara, Jason Dhakal, and Assembly Generals are scheduled to appear at the conference. It aims to inspire, cheer and show the bright future for contemporary Philippine music. 

Get your tickets here.

Joy Ruckus Club 

When: 17-18 October 

Featuring over 24 hours of pop, R&B, EDM and hip-hop music streaming globally, the largest Asian American digital music festival will be happening over two days. The festival will allow access to over 70 artists streaming live, plus options for virtual meet-and-greet sessions with your favourite artists. Some of the artists featured in the festival include Eric Nam, Luna, Kevin Woo, Kid Trunks, and many more. For those that are huge fans of Eric Nam can also purchase the special Premium Eric Nam Tour Pass Package (US$15), where ten lucky fans (selected randomly) will get to receive a signed tour pass by Eric. 

The 2-day Festival Access is now available at an early bird price of US$2.99(SGD$4), as well as special VIP Meet & Greet packages for the various artists. Get your tickets here. For more information, click here. 

coldrain TV

When: 18 October, 5PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 6PM (SG/PH/MY Standard Time)

Japanese metalcore act coldrain are throwing their first major online show this weekend in place of their original Yokohama Arena concert, which has since been postponed due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. With hits like 'MAYDAY', 'GONE', and 'FEED THE FIRE' under their belt, the show is bound to be a bang, especially for their fans. 

coldrain previously performed at Bazooka Rocks 3 in Manila in 2014 alongside You Me At SixThe UsedTaking Back Sunday, and more. 

Tickets are available for JPY 2,000 (PHP 916 or SGD 26) as a special discount for international fans here.

SBS’s 2020 SUPER ON:TACT concert series

When: Every Sunday, 27 September - 18 October, 8PM (KST) or 7PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

SBS knows we miss seeing our oppas perform, which is probably why they launched the 'SUPER ON:TACT' online concert series to bring the fans closer to their favourite idols. The wait will soon be over because MONSTA X, ITZY, and Stray Kids will be opening the first show on 27 September, while SEVENTEEN and TXT will be joining the slate for the following show on 4 October. Fans will also get to have interactive live conversations, along with creative technology enhancements to elevate the virtual concert experience. Stay tuned for the lineup reveal of the final two shows! 

Ticket details will be updated once released. 


When: 2 & 16 October, 12:30PM and 8PM

Taking place every first and third Friday of the month, TGIF Music Station organises special lunchtime (12:30PM) and evening (8PM) performances that feature homegrown artists and their original works. This month, look forward to singer-songwriter Isaac Yong, Mandopop icon Tay Kewei, Campus Superstar finalist Ben Hum, duo StellaVee, and even Mediacorp talents Desmond Ng and Alfred Sim. The event is held in collaboration with Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre (SCCC) and YES 93.3 radio station, which will be available for streaming live on SCCC and Cross Ratio Entertainment's Facebook page.

For more information, click here.


When: 17 October, 2:30AM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 3:30AM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

In celebration of the release of Fake It Flowers, Beabadoobee will be treating fans to a full live-band performance of the debut album on YouTube on 17 October. Tune in to her YouTube channel for the chance to catch jangly, raw, and heartfelt bops off the record, like ‘Care’, ‘Sorry’, and ‘Back To Mars’, coupled with the much-missed sound of live performances.

Watch the live stream here.


When: From 11 October, 7 pm (PH/SG/MY Standard Time) to 1 November, 6am (PH/SG/MY Standard Time) 

Japanese band LITE is embarking on an online world tour. They will be making stops at Japan/Asia on 11 October, with The fin. lead vocalist Yuto Uchino on their official YouTube channel, followed by their China show on October 19 at 8 a.m. (PHT/SGT), also with Uchino. The band continues on to U.K./Europe on October 25 at 8 p.m. (PHT/SGT) with Adebisi Shank's Vinny McCreith and TTNG's Tim Collis and to the U.S. on November 1 at 6 a.m. (PHT/SGT) with Tera Melos' Nick Reinhart. They will also be performing their new single 'S' during the concert. See the full tour schedule and stream channels below. 

For more information, visit the official website.


When: 10 October, 10AM (SG/PH/MY Standard Time) or 9AM (ID/TH Standard Time) 

88rising's Indonesian singer-songwriter NIKI will be performing songs from her new album, MOONCHILD, at her virtual concert. The Moonchild Experience will be streamed online via Youtube for fans all around the world, and for fans in Indonesia, the virtual concert will be premiering on Kaskus TV as well, at 9am ID Standard Time. 

To purchase limited-edition MOONCHILD merchandise for the virtual concert, click here.


When: 10 October, 5 PM (ID/TH Standard Time) or 6 PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time) and 11 October 2 PM (ID/TH Standard Time) or 3 PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time) 

This upcoming BTS concert is going to bring online shows to a whole new level. It includes six multi-view screens to provide an immersive experience, and fans can opt to watch the concert in 4K resolution when purchasing their tickets on the WeVerse shop. Big Hit Entertainment also shared that there will be a never-before-seen stage and various setlists to make up to fans who were disappointed by the cancellation of the physical show. To cater to international fans, subtitles in Korean, English, Japanese, and Mandarin will be provided during the live stream. 

Ticket prices start at 49,500 won (approx. SGD58 / PHP 2065) Get tickets here


When: Premieres 26 September, 7PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time), available until 10 October, 7PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Kahchun Wong, the first Asian to win the international Gustav Mahler Conducting Competition  for young conductors, will be holding a virtual concert with the Singapore Symphony Orchestra on 26 September. Held at the Esplanade, it will open with Debussy’s mesmerising Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune (Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun), followed by Wagner’s Siegfried Idyll before ending with Shostakovich’s Chamber Symphony (an orchestral arrangement of the composer’s String Quartet No.8, created by Rudolf Barshai) – a feast for those who love to immerse themselves in classical music!

Tickets will be on a pay-as-you-wish basis from $10 onwards. For more information, click here.


When: 9 October, 9AM PDT (12AM SG/PH/MY Standard Time) or (11PM TH/ID Standard Time)

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Linkin Park's debut album, Hybrid Theory, the band is coming together for an online concert and a special Q&A session. The exclusive concert will show a premiere of a never-before-seen Linkin Park performance from Projekt Revolution 2002 and the setlist includes Hybrid Theory classics plus fan favourites such as My December, the Deftones classic My Own Summer and special guest performances. Tickets and limited edition merch is now available for sale on the website. 

Early bird tickets are on sale for US$15. For more information, buy tickets and merch here.

Ben&Ben - Balik Eskwela: Puhon Part 2

When: 4 October, 5PM (SG/PH/MY Standard Time) or 4PM (TH/ID Standard Time)

The nine-piece collective is slated to perform their greatest hits on the one-hour online benefit concert for the 'Balik Eskwela’ project. Following the first successful Puhon gig that aimed to help with the COVID-19 response relief efforts, Puhon Part 2's focus is to support students and teachers who are “left with limited to no ability to adapt to the changes” implemented in the Philippine education system during the pandemic. This is also the first time Ben&Ben will self-produce a full-length online show during the pandemic, live from the BBTV house. 

For more information, click here. The exclusive concert can be streamed online through Ben&Ben's official Facebook page and YouTube channel


When: 2 October, 5PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 6PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Melanie C is releasing her self-titled solo album with a bang. Dropping her brand new track ‘Overload’, the Spice Girls member will be launching four live stream launch shows for fans all over the world, including Asia. Catch her at Colour And Light, where she will perform tracks from the record and give fans a sneak peek of what’s to come for her 2021 headline tour. 

Click here for more information and tickets. Live

When: 2 - 4 October

Guitar media brand is hosting a free three-day virtual event full of live performances, masterclasses and panel discussions. Taking place in the beginning of October, audiences are to expect immersive virtual spaces where they can head for the latest news in music and to chat with their guitar heroes. The virtual event will be taking place on's Live Hub, which will be divided into The Main Stage, The Lounge and The Showcase. 

Register for the event here.


When: 27 September, 10AM (ID/TH Standard Time) or 11AM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

To celebrate the release of his debut solo album, Love Synonym #1: Right for Meformer MONSTA X member, Wonho, is holding his very first solo online concert. Partnering up with LiveXLive for a global pay-per-view concert, Wonho will be performing songs from his new album as well as original and cover songs with an exclusive behind-the-scenes reel. The virtual show will mark Wonho's first live solo act and debut performance for his first solo album.

Tickets go on sale 11 September, 10PM (ID/TH Standard Time) or 11PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time). Get tickets here


When: 26 September, 9PM (ID/TH Standard Time) 10PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Making its inaugural debut, OVERPASS Music Festival is taking the online stage with an undeniable starstudded lineup. Originally slated for March, the festival got pushed to September due to the ongoing pandemic. However,  in the interest of the health and safety of its artists and patrons, the festival has decided to go virtual instead.

Fans can expect performances frm EXO member BaekhyunWINNER's Mino, South Korean rapper Gray, Malaysian singer-songwriter Yuna, Filipino actor and singer James Reid, Bangkok's indie darling Phum Viphurit, LA-based DJ and singer SOSUPERSAM, Filipino rapper Curtismith, and British neo-soul singer-songwriter Joy Crookes.

Purchase your tickets here.


When: 26 September, 8AM (SG/PH/MY Standard Time) OR 7AM (ID/TH Standard Time)

After Dominic Fike and Anderson .Paak kickstarted the Fornite Concert Series for the last two weeks, K-pop sensation BTS is now here to conquer the Fortnite Party Royale stage. BTS will premiere the 'Dynamite' Music Video Choreography Version at the Party Royale’s Main Stage, and fans will be able to groove to the new moves virtually through two new Emotes choreographed by BTS. These new dance moves will be available in the Item Shop starting 24 September, 8am (SG/PH/TH Standard Time). Also, stick around the Main Stage after the premiere to listen to a run of BTS’ Dynamite Tropical Remix! The stream concert will be available to all Fortnite players for free. 

For more information, click here. Don't have Fortnite? Stream it on Twitch.


When: 26 September, 10 AM to 10 PM (ID/TH Standard Time), 11 AM to 11 PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Peatix Live will be having their own virtual festival on 26 September, called The Peatix Online Event Festival 2020. The event will be presented by event organisers from Singapore and Malaysia to bring forth an exciting slew of programmes, including music shows and workshops.

Catch performances by theatrical project Liver & Lung, a family-friendly beatboxing crash course delivered by Beatz inc Music, live musical acts by Crossroads Vol. 2 which includes a live-chat with Bakers In Space and per[sona, live sessions by Masia One and previews of her upcoming release Freedom Fades, an acoustic singer-songwriter event presented by AEW with Dani Komari and a special guest performer, and more. 

Buy your tickets here.  


When: 25 September, 7PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time), 6PM (ID/TH Standard Time)

Viral app TikTok now adds online concerts to its video platform. Artists scheduled to perform include TVXQ, AB6IX, MCND, TOO, WayV, UP10TION's Kim Woo Seok, Lovelyz, and ELRIS. The live stream concert also planned a challenge event where fans can use the “duet” function in the TikTok app to sing along or make a video with their favourite artists. Videos with the hashtag #TikTokStageVoiceOn will be played at the concert, which simulates a virtual screen alike to the fans being physically present at the concert. The challenge will run from 16 September to 25 September, and fans that participate can also make a donation to support artists struggling from COVID-19. 


When: 23 September, 9PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Online concerts, but for a good cause. The ROCK WITH US concert organised by IMC Live Global will be donating the funds raised to help out underprivileged children from Darul Ihsan Orphanage Singapore, dedicated to providing care and education to Muslim orphans and Muslim children in need. The funds will be mainly utilised for essential dorm repair and renewal efforts. Fans can look forward to a star-studded lineup featuring Angela Zhang, Joi Chua, Weibird, jazz legend Jeremy Monteiro with Alemay Fernandez, and more.

You may stream the concert on multiple platforms including IMC Live Global Facebook and Youtube page. For more information and to make a donation, click here. 


When: 19 September, 5AM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time), 4AM (ID/TH Standard Time)

Joining Dominic Fike who opened the concert series last Saturday, Grammy-award winning artist Anderson .Paak and the Free Nationals will be performing this weekend. The virtual concert will be streamed live from a newly-built LA studio especially for in-game concerts, and all Fortnite players will be able to access the live stream for free via the Party Royale social space. 

For more information, click here.


When: 14 - 18 September, 12PM (ID/TH Standard Time) or 1PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

As part of the All That Matters digital networking conference this year, the Music Matters Live Lounge will be featuring daily screenings of exclusive artist performance videos held in collaboration with Sounds Australia and artists Ash Grunwald, Ball Park Music, Fairchild, and more, plus Bandwagon Picks!. Keynote conferences and Q&A sessions aside, take a break during lunchtime and unwind with special video performances from featured artists, Weird Genius, Tabitha Nauser, Gavin Hayley, JJ Rosa, Myles Castello, Sheppard and more.  

Get tickets here.


When: 16 September, 6PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time) 

We may not be able to head out to beaches with our big group of friends right now, but we can join an online beach-themed mini music festival. Planned by Bandwagon and EBX Live!, the virtual concert will feature Singaporean R&B band, brb., solo songstress, Elsa Mickayla, and electronic music producer, Duumu. Filmed at 222 Arts Club, the intimate session will include Q&A sessions as well as loads of live interaction and games with fans. You can stream the event live on Bandwagon's Youtube channel, Twitch, and Facebook and Twitter channels. It's a one-night-only exclusive event so there won't be any replays. Don't miss out!

For more information, click here


When: 12-13 September, time has not been confirmed 

The Asian music exchange event returns this year in a digital form based in the city of Japan, Fukuoka. Fans can expect to see pre-recorded live performances from artists, L8ching, Defeated sandwich, Daynim, Mondo Gascaro, Pikoy and the perfect me. Special guests from regional entertainment industries will also gather to hold conference sessions as well as a newly-added party segment, which details have yet to be announced. Watch this space for updates. 

For more information, visit the official website here. 


When: 13 September, 7PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

End your week with a do-good-feel-good livestream led by renowned Japanese jazz pianist Aya Sekine, who will be teaming up with veteran American bassist Christy Smith and young Singaporean jazz drummer Aaron James Lee for a good cause. Accompanied by special guests Oklahoman saxophonist Shawn Letts and also Singapore’s very own singer-songwriter, Tim De Cotta, all of the viewer proceeds will go to the Education and Scholarships Fund at NACCP (National Association of Advancement of Colored People), the largest and most widely recognised civil rights organisation in the US.

Tickets will be on a pay-as-you-wish basis, with a suggested fee of $20 per household. For more information, click here.


When: 12 September, 5PM (ET) / 13 September, 5AM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Developed by gaming titan, Epic Games, Fortnite has now added a live concert series to its arsenal. The concerts will be held on the game's Party Royale island, and singer-rapper-songwriter Dominic Fike will be opening the series by performing his latest LP debut. The show will be broadcasted live in-game from the Party Royale Spotlight sound stage, and all Fortnite players are able to access the show for free. Epic also announced that fans can anticipate more musicians to be featured in the series, as well as two artists scheduled for shows on 19 and 26 September. The show will be available in-game but will not be available for Apple iOS and Mac devices. 

For more information, click here. 


When: 12 September, 8:30PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Following the launch of the #ClearlyTheBestYou campaign to mark the entrance of their latest OPPO Reno4 Pro into the local market, the mobile company is starting a livestream concert series with a focus on young musicians. Mediacorp artist JJ Neo, will be opening the first session with the campaign theme song 'Clearly The Best You' which was sung and produced by her. Other artists scheduled to perform are Ben Hum, husband-wife duo Yulun Chong and Rachel Toh, and Charlie Lim who will be wrapping up the show in December.

Register for the livestream concert here. 


When: 12 September 

For the third show of their livestream series, 'Suspended In This Disaster: Volume 3', The Basement Studio will be bringing the virtual crowd two post-rock bands to jam the night away. Forget all your worries with Tranquil, a 5-man band freshly formed in 2019 presenting a promising mish mash of math and post-rock; as well as Hardihood, a punk rock band due to release their third studio release with Destination:Unknown. Diving into the realm of soundscaping, you might even forget that you're in fact at home, or one of the hottest recording and rehearsal spots in Singapore. 

Catch the livestream here.


When: Premieres 12 September, 7PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time), available until 26 September, 7PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Intimate Moments is the perfect occasion for you to dip your toes in classical musical performances if you’re intimidated by their usually traditional and serious settings. Supported by Lianhe Zaobao, this concert is co-hosted in Mandarin by SSO’s first violinist Zhang Si Jing and journalist Zhang Heyang, taking you on a heart-to-heart trip from the Eastern to the Western parts of the world. The programme also includes chamber works by J. S. Bach, Paganini, Handel, Dvořák and Kelly Tang.

Tickets will be on a pay-as-you-wish basis from $5 onwards. For more information, click here.


When: 22 & 29 August, 6PM (TH/ID Standard Time) 7PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Entitled Happy Hallyu Day, the party is a two-part event featuring performances, interviews, and live discussions on K-Dramas, K-Beauty, food, and so much more. This is the event's fourth instalment, and while it usually takes places at Manila's SM Skydome, this year's edition will be held online for everyone's safety amidst the ongoing pandemic. Hosted by Korean MC Kyungmin Kim, the event will feature an array of guests, including award-winning boy band SB19, Pinoy Big Brother alums Kaori Oinuma and Fumiya Sankai, K-Pop Dance Diva Dasuri ChoiABS-CBN’s I Love OPM Grand Champion Yohan King, soon-to-debut Star Hunt Academy trainees, and more. 

Watch the livestream here


When: 27 August

Missed the chance to watch Ellie Goulding live before COVID-19 struck? Catch the synthpop queen online instead with The Brightest Blue Experience, which will see her perform her latest tracks and all-time favourite hits. And don’t worry, it’s the full experience – not only are there live musicians, there is also a secret, special guest – you’ll know if you go! 

Sign up for the concert broadcast here. Subscribers of Smart can get more information here.


When: Premieres 29 August, 7PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 8PM (SG/PH/MY Standard Time), available until 12 September, 7PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 8PM (SG/PH/MY Standard Time)

Following in the footsteps of Mozart, Stravinsky explored the Neo-classical tradition in some of his works, taking inspiration from the Classical characteristics of Mozart's works. This concert will explore the relationships between Mozart and Stravinsky's individual takes on Classical - with Mozart's Adagio and Fugue in C minor, K. 546, Serenade in E-flat K. 375, as well as Stravinsky's Apollo and Octet.

Tickets will be on a pay-as-you-wish basis from $10 and sales will start on 4 August on Sistic's website. For more information, check out SSO's website here


When: 29 August

a-nation is an annual concert series organised by Japan's biggest independent label, Avex Group. Held in various cities all throughout the country, the concert usually takes place every weekend of August. However, in the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic, a-nation is taking their summer fun and performances online. a-nation Online 2020 is slated to take place on 29 August. Much like its previous runnings, this year's edition will feature some of the hottest names in Asian music, with SuperM, SKY-HI, DA PUMP, Red Velvet, EXO-SC, Super Junior, Ayumi Hamasaki, and more scheduled to perform.

Information on livestream details will be announced soon.



When: 29 August, 7PM (TH/ID Standard Time) 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

SOK Online FEST is the first-ever K-pop festival from Spain. Described to be "a special connection with South Korea where fans from all over the world will be able to communicate with their favourites groups and artists", the festival will feature four groups and solo Koran acts. Fans can expect to see the likes of M.O.N.T, Oh Saebom, High Tension, and Cha Seungju. The event will be hosted by the first K-pop singer in Spain, Hyemin. 

SOK Online FEST tickets can be purchased here, with tickets starting at USD7.


When: 30 August, 9AM (TH/ID Standard Time) 10AM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Taking the digital stage by storm, K-STAGE 2020 is launching their very first online concert. Meant to to spotlight up and coming K-pop groups, this year's concert will be featuring artists that have recently debuted and yet are garnering quite the praise online. Fans can expect to see N.CUS, Azome.D, Trigger, Blockchain, ELRIS, and Fishingirls. 

Purchase your tickets here.


When: 31 August, 7AM (TH/ID Standard Time) 8AM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

The 2020 instalment of MTV's Video Music Awards is here! Featuring a diverse lineup of performers, BTS, Doja Cat, and J Balvin are the first set of artists announced to hit the VMA stage this year. BTS is set to debut their new single 'Dynamite', which is due to release later this month. So, ARMYs, get ready! More information on the lineup will be released soon. 

The 2020 VMAs will be broadcast live on MTV and streamed on their official website and mobile app. 


When: 25 August, 6:25PM (TH/ID Standard Time) 7:25PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Celebrating her 20 years in K-pop, top idol BoA will be holding a Q&A and chat live session with her fans this coming 25 August. BoA is one of K-pop's first stars, having debuted in 2000 with her album ID; Peace B. This comes as the second of the singer's anniversary celebration, following SM Entertainment's announcement of a special album feauring the agency's top stars singing BoA's classic tracks.

Watch the livestream here


When: 22 - 23 August

After cancelling due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Welsh music festival Green Man still rages on with a virtual event called 'Field of Streams'. Fans can expect never-before seen-footage from past festival performers like Father John Misty, Eels, and Stella Donnelly. There will also be shows from Krystal Lowe, Hijinx, Light, 9 Foot Stories, and more. As well as an exclusive screening of White Riot, a short film following the Rock Against Racism movement of the 70s.

More information on streaming details and timings will be available soon. Watch this space for updates. 


When: 21 - 23 August, 7PM (TH/ID Standard Time) 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

A stronghold in Singapore's music scene, the yearly 3-day festival is the place to be to get a glimpse of the country's diverse musical acts and to rock out to some killer tunes. Armed with the mission to bring the good ol' indie alternative experience right to our homes, Baybeats Online will be split into five sections - Baybeats Unplugged, Chapalang Sessions, Observation Deck, #BaybeatsThrowback, and an after-party on Instagram Live called In Bed with Baybeats. This year, festival-goers can expect to see live performances from YAØ, ANECHOIS, Iman’s League, Every Rage I Seek, Two Seas, hausteCharlie Lim, Annette Lee, Bakers In SpaceLEW, Forests, Mannequins, and more. 

Watch the livestream via the festival's Facebook page and Esplanade Offstage.


When: 20 - 21 August, 12AM (TH/ID Standard Time) 1AM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Serving fresh live music amidst this pandemic, UK-based online music festival, Gotobeat Online Summer Festival, has quite the treat in store. Headlining the festival is Manila-based rock band The Itchyworms! Joining the band is Demsky from Japan, Reality Club from Indonesia, May Zic from Israel, and Zkeletonz, Lulalong, Dimaggio Jones, and Kaprica all from the UK.

Tickets start at GBP 5. Purchase your tickets here

TIME100 Talks

When: 18 August, 4PM (TH/ID Standard Time) 5PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Put together by renowned media outlet TIME Magazine, TIME100 Talks is an online conference series that brings together some of the greatest thought leaders across different fields to spotlight urgent global problems and encourage social action. In a special edition of TIME100 Talks, Red Velvet's Irene and Seulgi will be staging an exciting performance on 18 August. It will also feature extraordinary guests like Michelle Yeoh, Julia Gillard, and more. 

Register for the livestream here.

Indie-Pendence Rock

When: 15 August, 8:30PM (TH/ID Standard Time) 9:30PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

In celebration of India's 74th Independence Day, the Task Force for Music and Arts and the Government of Nagaland have joined forces to organise a jamming digital concert featuring a range of artists from across the region. The diverse lineup includes K-pop group, veteran rocker Uday Benegal of Indus Creed, Archy Jay aka The Snake Charmer, and so many more. There will also be a digital meet and greet with

Watch the livestream here.


When: 15 August,10:55PM (TH/ID Standard Time) 11:55PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Organised by Morrison Hotel Gallery and Rolling Live Studios, the virtual (DE)TOUR will be streaming live this 15 August! The day-long concert will feature some of the biggest names in music, including Ringo Starr, Slash, Taylor Momsen, David Johansen, Cheap, Darryl McDaniels, and so many more. The event will be streamed for free on YouTube but fans are encouraged to donate what they can to support MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund and the National Independent Venue Association (NIVA).

Watch the livesteam here

SSO National Day Concert

When: 15 August, 7PM (TH/ID Standard Time) 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Join the Singapore Symphony Orchestra in their annual celebration of the Nation's birthday. Conducted by Darrell Ang, featuring Benjamin Kheng, Kshirja Govind, Khairudin Saharom, and more, the orchestra will perform premieres of local compositions as well as National Day classics such as 'Home', 'Count on Me Singapore', and 'Majulah Singapura'.

Tickets will be on a pay-as-you-wish basis from $5 and sales will start on 4 August on Sistic's website. For more information, check out SSO's website here.

Club Matryoshka x CTM Festival

When: 15 August, 10PM (TH/ID Standard Time) 11PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Berlin music festival CTM Festival is collaborating with virtual Minecraft-based music venue Club Matryoshka, to bring a virtual music event. Fans can expect performances from the likes of Aquarian, Jasmine Infiniti, Haute Couture, BAD SISTA, Slikback, and many more. The event will be streamed via Twitch for free, all you need to do is register!

Register for the event here

2020 Soribada Best K-Music Awards

When: 13 August

The Soribada Best K-Music Awards is a music awards show presented by music app, Soribada to celebrate the best in K-pop music. This year's awards ceremony will be aired live on 13 August via the LG U+ Idol Live mobile app. Some of the most popular names in the industry are expected to preform at this year's awards show. Fans can expect the likes of MAMAMOO, Red Velvet, TWICE, NCT Dream, and many more to be announced. 

Watch the livestream via the LG U+ Idol Live mobile app.

MONSTA X Live from Seoul with Luv

When: 8 August, 10PM (ID/TH Standard Time) 11PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

One of K-pop's highly regarded acts, Monsta X, is set to perform a full-length online global concert on 8 August. Performing songs from their latest mini-album, FANTASIA X, and many other of their top hits, the 7-piece act is hosting this concert in lieu of their world tour, that was set to take place this year.

Register for tickets here.

The TENG Ensemble Digital Concert

When: 8 August, 7PM (TH/ID Standard Time) 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Singaporean arts and music group, The TENG Ensemble is launching their first-ever digital concert! In response to the ongoing pandemic, the musical group brings all of their programmes and performances online to reach their beneficiaries and raise funds for homes and hospices all over the country. The TENG Ensemble will be showcasing the fifth instalment of Where The River Flows.

Watch the livestream here.

Beyond LIVE – TWICE: World in A Day

When: 9 August, 1PM (ID/TH Standard Time) 2PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

With the ongoing pandemic, K-pop girl-group TWICE will be holding an online concert, entitled 'TWICE: World in A Day' where the group will be showcase exciting performances and chat with fans from all over the globe. Expected to perform their biggest hits 'TT', 'FANCY', 'Dance The Night Away' and their latest track 'MORE&MORE', the group's concert will be streamed via V LIVE through Beyond LIVE.

More information on the livestream will be updated soon.

Lollapalooza 2020

When: 30 July - 2 August, 5AM (ID/TH Standard Time) 6AM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time) 

In lieu of the weekend-long music extravaganza taking place in Chicago this year, Lollapalooza 2020 will instead be online, livestreaming the entire festival on YouTube. While Lolla is usually livestreamed, this is the first time in its history that there will be no in-person festival. 

Taking place across four days, the festival is set to feature artists such as H.E.R., Imagine Dragons, Chance The Rapper, Yungblud, Elephant Heart, Ellie Goulding, and so many more. There will also be special appearances from Michelle Obama, LL Cool J, and other renowned celebrities. 

Watch the livestream here.


When: 1 August, 7PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 8PM (SG/PH/MY Standard Time)

The first of the Singapore Symphony Orchestra's August lineup will take place online, with Debussy and Stravinsky. Join the SSO's new chief conductor Hans Graf in a strings journey from Debussy's string quartet (arr. string ensemble), Danses sacrée et profane for Harp & Strings, L.103, and a finale of Dvorak's Serenade in D minor for Wind Instruments, Cello & Doublebass, Op. 44.

Tickets are on a pay-as-you-wish basis, starting from $10. Get them on Sistic here.

Beethoven 360 - Ode To Joy

When: 30 July, 7PM (TH/ID Standard Time) 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

In celebration of classical music legend, Ludwig van Beethoven’s 250th birthday anniversary, the ground-breaking musical movement Beethoven 360 will bring together over 1000 participants from all over the world for a digital performance of 'Ode To Joy' from the composer's Ninth Symphony. The movement will be bridging musicians and music lovers from 25 nations, and 36 orchestras, including Chicago Symphony, Dresden Boys Choir, Hong Kong Philharmonic, London Philharmonic, and Nuremberg Symphony. The performance will be led by one of Singapore's most prominent conductors, Maestro Kahchun Wong.

Watch the livestream on The Straits' Times official Facebook and YouTube pages. For more information, visit Beethoven 360's official website.

Film Screening w/ Ólafur Arnalds

When: 30 July, 1AM (TH/ID Standard Time) 2AM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Icelandic composer, Ólafur Arnalds is holding an online film screening for his project alongside Director Baldvin Z, Island Songs, an intriguing, real-time audio-visual portrait of Iceland. Filmed over 7 weeks in June and July this year, Ólafur recorded new tracks with local musicians every week, which was all brought together in the film. 

Watch the livestream here.

Phoenix Livestream

When: 29 July, 2AM (ID/TH Standard Time) 3AM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

The French indie-pop band Phoenix will be streaming their 2017 Paris concert on YouTube this 29 July! Consisting of Thomas Mars, Laurent Brancowitz, Christian Mazzalai, and Deck D'arcy, the band recently released their first book, Phoenix: Liberté, Égalité, Phoenix!, which details the band's origins up to their latest album, Ti Amo. On the livestream, the quartet will also be chatting with fans, so you definitely don't want to miss it!

Watch the livestream here


Elton's Classic Concert Series

When: Weekly from 3 July, 11PM (ID/TH Standard Time) 12AM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Elton John is holding a weekly archival concert footage series that will be streamed on his official YouTube channel. Starting from 3 July, the concert will premiere with the singer-songwriter's 1976 concert at the Playhouse Theatre Edinburgh. The series is intended to raise money for the Elton John AIDS Foundation in support of COVID-19 relief efforts.

Watch the livestream here.

Jazz in July

When: Daily from 8 - 31 July, 7PM (ID/TH Standard Time) 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time) 

Celebrate the beautiful artistry of Jazz music with Singapore's Esplanade's annual Jazz in July! Taking place in the digital realm this time around, audiences can enjoy a diverse range of live performances from some of Singapore's most highly regarded jazz acts. This year's instalment features a cosy programme filled with intimate jazz duets that explores the notions of sensitivity, openness and trust in music. You can expect artists in the likes of Sarah Chew, Ramu Thiruyanam, Christy Smith, Jeffrey Tan and so much more!

Watch the live performances on Esplande Offstage or on Esplanade's Facebook page.

JJ Lin on IG Live 

When: 29 July, 8:30PM (TH/ID Sandard Time) 9:30PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

While posting a picture on Instagram, the Mandopop artist announces that her will be hosting an impromptu IG Live at 9:30PM tonight. Most famous for his songs 'Those Were The Days' and 'Practice Love', and for winning the Best New Artist award in the Taiwan Golden Melody Awards in 2003, JJ Lin most recently formed a new e-sports team. You don't want to miss catching up with JJ Lin.

Watch the livestream here

One Direction Where We Are - Live From San Siro Stadium Livestream

When: 28 July, 9PM (TH/ID Standard Time) 10PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Following their grand 10th anniversary celebration and the release of re-mastered music videos, One Direction will be livestreaming their One Direction: Where We Are - The Concert Film on YouTube on 28 July! The film was taken in San Siro Stadium in Milan, Italy on 28 - 29 June, 2014. This livestream acts as the finale of the band's week-long anniversary celebration. Don't miss it!

Watch the livestream here.

Alanis Morissette on Amazon Live

When: 25 July, 12PM (TH/ID Standard Time) 1PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Most known for her iconic mezzo-soprano voice, Alanis Morissette will be performing on Amazon Live this coming Saturday. The 'Ironic' singer was scheduled to tour Asia and Oceania this last Spring. Due to the ongoing pandemic, Morissette will instead be bringing her emotive voice and top tracks to our screens. Get ready for a weekend jam session with Alanis Morissette.

Watch the livestream here.

Shila Amzah Live From Home Virtual Tour

When: 24 July, 8PM (TH/ID Standard Time) 9PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Hailing from Malaysia, Shila Amzah has been making strides in the music industry. From winning awards to releasing the top hits, this singer-songwriter has gained honorific titles such as Asia’s Sweetheart, Princess of Music and National Treasure of Malaysia. On 24 July, Shila will be performing a virtual concert as part of Live Nation's online concert series. Fans can expect extra-ordinary performances of Shila's latest and top tracks!

Watch the livestream here

#WePartyPurple: Ferris Wheel Edition

When: 24 July, 8PM - 10PM (ID/TH Standard Time) 9PM - 11PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

MARQUEE Singapore is throwing a virtual party headlined by trance duo, Aly & Fila, and Australian trance vocalist, Emma Hewitt. The event will also feature an opening set by one of MARQUEE's resident DJs. So, get your dancing shoes on and rave lights on, and get ready to party with most prominent acts in the trance music scene.

Paying homage to the nightclub's iconic Big Q Ferris Wheel, MARQUEE is also inviting fans to recreate the Big Q in their home and share it on Instagram. More information can be found on MARQUEE's Facebook and Instagram pages.

Watch the livestream here.

Ocean Meets Music

When: 19 July, 5AM - 3PM (ID/TH Standard Time) 6AM - 4PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

In hopes of saving the Vancouver Aquarium from permanent closure due to financial constraints as a result of COVID-19, Canadian DJ Vanic, alongside his management Game Theory, is hosting a ten-hour long online concert. Entitled Ocean Meets Music, the event will feature performances from DJ Soda, Tokyo Machine, Gammer, Weird Genius, Cheat Codes, Brooks, and more. 

Watch the livestream on YouTube via Trap Nation or Twitch via BandsInTown.

IGNITE! Music Festival 2020

When18 July, 7PM (ID/TH Standard Time) 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

One of Singapore's hottest music festivals is set to take our screens with their first-ever Stay Home Edition. In its 13th year, IGNITE! Music Festival is an entirely student-run event that is determined to promote Singapore music and showcase its homegrown acts. This year, the festival is set to feature acts in the likes of M1LDL1FE, Stopgap, Bakers in Space, Axel Brizzy, Tell Lie Vision, and more.

Watch the livestream on IGNITE! Music Festival's official Facebook and YouTube pages.

Cass Blue Playground Connect 2.0

When: Saturday 18 July, 5PM - 8PM (TH/ID Standard Time), 6PM - 9PM (SG/PH/MY Standard Time)

Cass beer will be holding its 6th anniversary concert next Saturday, featuring K-pop and hip-hop icons, from EXO-SC, LeeHi, Red Velvet, DJ Hyo, to CHANGMO, DULMOIM (consisting of Simon Dominic, The Quiett, Paloalto, and Deepflow), LOOPY & NAFLA, and RAIDEN.

Scan the QR code in the poster to watch the livestream or tune in on Cass Beer's Youtube or Facebook

ChildAid 2020 - Virtually Yours

When: 15 July, 7PM (ID/TH Standard Time) 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Organised by The Straits Times and The Business Times, ChildAid is an annual charity concert that aims to raise funds for The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund and The Business Times Budding Artists Fund. This year around, it's going virtual! The concert will feature state-of-the-art technology, providing a 360-degree view and surround-sound to fully immerse viewers into the digital concert. Viewers can expect to watch spectacular musical performances from Jasmine Sokko, Nathan Hartono, Benjamin Kheng, Jeremy Monteiro, Kachun Wong, and more, including international acts. 

Watch the livestream via The Straits Times' websiteFacebook or Youtube

Music Matters Live From Home: Season 2 Finale

When: 15 July, 8PM (ID/TH Standard Time) 9PM (PH/SG/Y Standard Time)

In the last session of Music Matters Live Season 2, the Philippines' QUEST returns alongside Singapore's Tabitha Nauser, Malaysia's Lil J and Indonesia's Mikha Angelo for an exciting night of music, laughter and fun. They will also be debuting a collaboration especially made for the Season finale. This is something you definitely don't want to miss!

Watch the livestream on Music Matters Live Facebook and YouTube channels and Visit Singapore’s Facebook page weekly from June 3 2020.

ASICS X KARD Live Virtual Event

When: 12 July 2020, at 4pm (TH/ID Standard Time), 5pm (SG/PH/MY Standard Time)

Join K-pop idol group KARD for an evening of fun this Sunday. Hosted on Asics' Instagram Live, the session will include a Q&A with KARD, GEL-1090™ Styling Tricks and Tips, games such as Pictionary and Charades, as well as live performances. Fans will have the opportunity to play Pictionary with KARD and stand to win signed ASICS prizes. 

Watch the livestream of Asics Instagram Live on their Southeast Asia pages. @asics_sportstyle_sg, @asics_sportstyle_my, @asics_sportstyle_id, @asics_sportstyle_th, @asics_sportstyle_ph

ROVO Live Forest 2020

When: 11 July, 4PM (ID/TH Standard Time) 5PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Japanese representative psychedelic jam band, ROVO, is holding a live concert in Tokyo, limited to 150 people on 11 July. The concert will also be livestreamed for fans in and out of Japan to enjoy. Formed in 1996, ROVO consists of some of the country's leading electronic and dance artists. They were set to perform at this year's Fuji Rock Festival, which was later cancelled due to COVID-19. So,  for now, fans will just have to do with this livestream concert. 

Purchase your tickets here.

We Are The Lost Ones: A Full Band Livestream Event

When: 10 July, 7AM (ID/TH Standard Time) 8AM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

For the first time in a long time, Anberlin is performing songs from their debut album, Blueprints for the Black Market. The American rock band is set to hit our screens with a full album performance of songs they haven't played in over a decade, from 'Readyfuels' to 'Naive Orleans'. Get ready to rock out!

Get your tickets here.

World is ONE 

When: 9 July, 5PM (ID/TH Standard Time) 6PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

In support of those heavily affect by the ongoing pandemic, Korean broadcaster MBC is partnering up with World Vision, a non-profit international relief organisation, to host World is ONE, a K-pop charity concert. Featuring artists like Super Junior, Heize, KARD, MAMAMOO, Stray Kids, April, and more, fans can sing and dance all while helping a good cause!

Watch the livestream via via MBC M, Naver TV, and V Live.

HONNE'S NSWY YouTube Live Stream

When:  8 July, 7PM (ID/TH Standard Time) 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

The English electronic-R&B duo, HONNE, takes to YouTube again to perform songs their newly released album 'no song without you'. The duo, consisting of Andy Clutterbuck and James Hatcher, has had immensely successful tours around Asia, including a two-night sold out show in Singapore last March 2019 and a highly-anticipated set at the Philippines' Wanderland music festival last year. So, while we can't catch HONNE live just yet, this livestream will have to do.

Watch the livestream here. 

Lost Horizon

When: 3 - 4 July, 5AM (ID/TH Standard Time) 6AM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

The team behind Glastonbury's famous and highly-anticipated arts and cultural festival, Shangri-La, presents Lost Horizon - a virtual reality music festival. Regarded as a 'virtual and mixed-reality festival', users will be able to explore and look through the entire event space and chat with other festival-goers, all via VR, PC, mobile or livestreams. 

Lost Horizons features an immensely large lineup with over 50 musical acts and over 100 artists across four stages. Attendees can expect performances from the likes of Fatboy Slim, Skream, Eats Everything. Sasha, Jamie Jones, Carl Cox, and so much more.

Fans can sign up for free tickets or purchase premium tickets here.

The festival will be streamed in VR via the Sansar mobile and desktop app, or via Lost Horizon's official Twitch and Beatport pages. More information can be found here

#AvenueAtHome Virtual Slumber Party

When: 3 July, 8PM - 10PM (ID/TH Standard Time) 9PM - 11PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Singapore's AVENUE Lounge is hosting its first-ever virtual event. Headlined by Thai DJ Crew Bangkok Invaders and supported by resident DJ FVDER, this hip-hop concert is just what you need on a Friday night. Filled with the best beats and sickest tracks, this is an event you don't want to miss. 

Watch the livetream here.

Global Goal: Unite For Our Future – The Concert

When: 28 June, World Premiere: 1AM to 3AM (ID/TH Standard Time) 2AM to 4AM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Featuring acts like Coldplay, Jennifer Hudson, Usher, Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber, Shakira and Chloe X Halle, the Global Goal: Unite For Our Future – The Concert is an online concert spectacular that aims to to raise awareness and funds for efforts to develop a vaccine for the COVID-19 virus. This is the second show of its kind, with the previous edition, One World: Together At Home, shown in April 2020. The concert will be hosted by Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and will also feature guest appearance from a number of celebrities. This is a star-studded show you won't want to miss!

Watch the concert on Global Citizen's YouTube, Facebook or Twitter pages. You can also watch it on TV on respective local channels, find where and when it will air in your area here.

Open Door Online

When: 28 June, 1PM - 7PM (ID/TH Standard Time) 2PM - 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Singaporean party collective, Ice Cream Sundays, joins forces with electronic music label, Darker With Wax to bring an extraordinary virtual party, Open Door Online. The event will feature livestreamed sets from local DJs, Bongomann, Muto Masashi, and Toppings, alongisde A’alely, Daryl Knows, and FUNK BSTRD. There will also be virtual party space for attendees to interact and chat. So, grab a drink and get ready for a raging party this 28 June!

Watch the livestream here. Get more information on the event here

Summer Sonic's Archival Festival

When: 19 - 21 June, 27 - 28 June

Japan's famous rock festival, Summer Sonic, takes to the digital space with the first every archival footage. For two weekends, fans will be able to relive some of the best moments of Summer Sonic through the years. You can catch past performances from BTS, The 1975, Artic Monkeys, Metallica and so much more. These archive footages will only be available for a limited amount of time so make sure you catch it while you can.

Watch the livestream here. 

Pesta Raya Online

When: 19 - 28 June

In celebration of nusantara and Hari Raya Aidilfitri, Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay's annual festival, Pesta Raya, goes online. Join in on a 10-day celebration and festivities through the arts, heritage and culture of the Malay Archipelago, an integral part of Singapore's culture. Audiences can expect to see nine elaborate, artful productions during the online festival, which includes three new works and six recordings from previous editions of Pesta Raya.

Watch the productions here.

KCON:TACT 2020 Summer

When: 20 - 26 June

Southeast Asia's leading e-commerce platform, Shopee, partners up with entertainment and lifestyle company, CJ ENM, to present KCON:TACT 2020 Summer - the first ever online edition of KCON, the world's largest Korean music and culture festival. Starting from 10 June, K-pop fans from all over the world can tune in and watch live performances from acts like WJSN, MAMAMOO, Weki Meki, MONSTA X, Tomorrow X Together, GFriend and so much more. 

The livestream can be viewed via the Shopee app, available for download on the App Store or Google Play.

More information on KCON:TACT 2020 Summer can be found here.

GERMEIN's Red Rover Virtual Tour

When: 26 June, 7PM (ID/TH Standard Time) and 7PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Australian band, GERMEIN, brings their highly-anticipated Red Rover Tour online. Made up of sisters, Georgia, Ella and Clara Germein, the band have been touring all around the globe and have even shared the stage with musical acts in the likes of Little Mix, Jess Glynne and Phil Collins. Bringing a unique set of indie pop-rock tracks and impeccable harmonies, you won't want to miss this mesmerizing show.

Catch the show via Live Nation's Facebook Page.

Robynn Yip's Live From Home Virtual Tour

When: 23 June, 8PM (ID/TH Standard Time) 9PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

The multi-talented and newly independent, Robynn Yip is set to take our screens with a wonderful blend of pop and jazz. Hailing from Hong Kong, Yip partners with Live Nation to bring fans and music lovers all across Asia an intimate musical performance that sure to liven up our nights. 

Catch Robynn Yip's concert via Live Nation's YouTube or Twitch pages.

HONNE'S NSWY YouTube Live Stream

When:  23 June, 10PM (ID/TH Standard Time) 11PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

The English electronic-R&B duo, HONNE, takes to YouTube to perform songs from their debut album, Warm On A Cold Night, as well as their newly released track 'no song without you'. The duo, consisting of Andy Clutterbuck and James Hatcher, has had immensely successful tours around Asia, including a two-night sold out show in Singapore last March 2019 and a highly-anticipated set at the Philippines' Wanderland music festival last year. So, while we can't catch HONNE live just yet, this livestream will have to do.

Watch the livestream here. 

Digital Shilin

When: 12-14 June and 19-21 June, 5pm (TH/ID Standard Time), 6pm (SG/PH/ID Standard Time) onwards

Shilin Night Market Singapore goes digital this year, with livestream auctions, real-time Taiwan cuisine delivery to your doorstep, as well as a lineup of Mandarin singers, featuring The Freshman, Marcus Lee, Nat Wu, and Yokez. Hosted by Lee Teng, they will also be joined by Circo and Taiwanese singer Caryson Huang.

Watch the livestream here

Hear65 Sing Along SG

When: 13 June, 7.30PM PH/SG/MY Standard Time, 6.30PM TH/ID Standard Time

Hear65 Sing Along SG is presenting a digital karaoke series featuring 16 Singaporean artists over four Saturdays. The last session of Hear65 Sing Along SG this week will conclude with Shak'thiya, Joanna Dong, Jeremy Monteiro, and Charlie Lim. Hosted by local actress Munah Bagharib, the livestream performances will also be followed by artist interviews and games. Don't miss out on the final week of fun!

Watch the livestream here

If you missed out on the past sessions, watch the full-length replay of week 1week 2week 3 and week 4.

Dear Class of 2020 ft Lady Gaga, BTS, and more

When: 7 June, 3AM PH/SG/MY Standard Time, 2AM TH/ID Standard Time 

Lady Gaga and BTS will be appearing as commencement speakers at the virtual graduation event, which will be also be graced by the Obamas. Special guests include AsapSCIENCE, Alicia Keys, Chloe x Halle, Dude Perfect, Jackie Aina, Kelly Rowland, Mr. Kate, The Try Guys, Zane Hijazi, Zendaya, and Kerry Washington. 

Watch the livestream here

Jun Kung Live from Home Virtual Tour

When: 5 June, 8pm onwards (TH/ID Standard Time), 9pm onwards (SG/PH/MY Standard Time)

Acclaimed drummer Jun Kung will be performing live from home on Friday, 5 June. The Hong Kong-based drummer has toured internationally with the likes of Jacky Cheung, Coco Lee, Eason Chan, Faye Wong, Sandy Lam, Khali Fong, and more. Having earned the recognition as the best drummer Jacky Cheung ever performed with, Jun Kang's performance is definitely one to watch.

Watch the livestream here.

Identity: Project Blue Marble

When: 31 May, 5AM PH/SG/MY Standard Time, 4AM TH/ID Standard Time

Tune into the 8-hour long concert featuring Yuna, Alextbh, MILCK and Phum Viphurit, James Reid, Jay Park, Hyolyn, Raja Kumari, Shawn Wasabi, Dumbfoundead, P-Lo, Miyavi, and more. Expect guest appearances by poet Rupi Kaur, Fast & Furious star Sung Kang, former presidential candidate Andrew Yang, actress Kelly Hu, The Daily Show regular Ronny Chieng, and basketball star Jeremy Lin. 

Watch the livestream here

Banding Together: A Concert for the Colorado Music Relief Fund

When: 31 May, 6AM PH/SG/MY Standard Time, 5AM TH/ID Standard Time

The Colorado Music Relief Fund (CMRF) will be streaming a virtual festival this weekend to raise funds for those in the music industry who have been affected by COVID-19. The Lumineers, The Avett Brothers, Sam Bush, Big Head Todd and The Monsters, and more are set to perform. 

Watch the livestream here

David Guetta 

When: 31 May, 7AM PH/SG/MY Standard Time, 6AM TH/ID Standard Time

David Guetta will be streaming his performance live from New York to raise funds for a number of charities, including Feeding America, Fondation Hôpitaux de Paris - Hôpitaux de France, and more. 

Watch the livestream here


When: 31 May, 8PM PH/SG/MY Standard Time, 7PM TH/ID Standard Time

Mayday will be streaming a live concert for fans on 31 May. "We may be late, but we will always arrive," frontman Ashin writes on Instagram. 

Watch the livestream here


When: 31 May, 10PM PH/SG/MY Standard Time, 9PM TH/ID Standard Time

ONE OK ROCK will be premiering their 2018 Ambitions Japan Dome Tour on 31 May. 

Watch the livestream here

all my thoughts @ Club Matryoshka 

When: 30 May, 5AM PH/SG/MY Standard Time, 4AM TH/ID Standard Time

Club Matryoshka, the Minecraft-based virtual music club, will be hosting all my thoughts on 30 May. Registration to join Club Matryoshka will close on 30 May, 1AM PH/SG/MY Standard Time, 12AM TH/ID Standard Time.

Find out more about how to watch the livestream here

Music For A Cause 

When: 28 - 29 May, 4PM PH/SG/MY Standard Time, 3PM TH/ID Standard Time

Music For A Cause will be holding a festival across two days to raise funds for musicians, hawkers, and frontline workers affected by the coronavirus. Tune in this week to catch Gareth Fernandez, Linying, Dru Chen, Joie Tan, Charlie Lim, and more. 

Watch the livestream here

TikTok Stage With HIPHOPPLAYA 

When: 27 May, 7PM PH/SG/MY Standard Time, 6PM TH/ID Standard Time

TikTok will be livestreaming its second concert featuring Jay Park, Crush, Dean, Epik High, Zico, and more. For every live viewer who tunes in, TikTok will donate US$0.50, and all proceeds raised will go towards supporting charity efforts for those most affected by COVID-19. Fans will also have the chance to interact with the performers and participate in fundraising through in-app challenges.

Watch the livestream here

One Love Asia 

When: 27 May, 8PM PH/SG/MY Standard Time, 7PM TH/ID Standard Time

A four-hour concert in support of UNICEF, One Love Asia features a star-studded lineup seeing the likes of Karen Mok, AKB48, Apink, G.E.M., Namewee, Priscilla Abby, Christian Bautista, Jeryl Lee, Yung Raja, No Rome, Beabadoobee, Fariz Jabba, and more. 

Watch the livestream here

Big Weekend UK 2020

When: 22 - 24 May 

BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend 2020 will be kicking off this Friday evening, with over 50 live performances by some of the biggest stars, including Sam Smith, the Jonas Brothers, Ellie Goulding, Rita Ora, and more. 

Find out more here

Gluestick Festival

When: 23 - 24 May

Spend your Saturday night with CNCS(Chick en Chicks), Gareth T., Tyson Yoshi, Dough-Boy, Mellow Fellow & Ruru, and RINI, and end off the week with Yung Heazy, Cehryl, TIAB, Tabitha Nauser, Charlie Lim, Sunday Moon and Bohan Phoenix. 

Watch the livestream here. 

ZL420 Online Festival

When: 24 May

Tune in on 24 May to catch No Rome, U-Pistol, Bedspacer, Mark Redito, Meishi Smile, The Bilinda Butchers, and more at this three-hour virtual festival. 

Watch the livestream here

Hear65 Sing Along SG 

When: 23 May

If singing karaoke is on your post-pandemic bucket list, you're in luck because you'll be able to check it off not just once, but four times in the month ahead. For the next four Saturdays, Hear65, Singapore's local music platform, will be launching their month-long karaoke sessions. The first session tomorrow (23/05) will feature The Pinholes, Tabitha Nauser, THELIONCITYBOY, and RRILEY. 

Watch the livestream here

All Time Low

When: 23 May

All Time Low will be holding a virtual benefit concert to raise funds for their touring crew. Tickets are $10 each.

Find out more here

MML From Home: Your Girl Pho

When: 21 May

Tune into Music Matters Live's Instagram on 21 May to catch Your Girl Pho's performance. 

Watch the livestream here

Alanis Morissette and Jagged Little Pill

When: 20 May

Alanis Morisette will be hosting a benefit livestream on 20 May (Southeast Asian timing), which will feature performances from and interviews with the cast of Jagged Little Pill. Proceeds will go to the Actor Fund's COVID-19 relief efforts. 

Watch the livestream here

MML From Home: FuzzCulture

When: 19 May

One-man experimental electronic project FuzzCulture will be performing on Music Matters Live's Instagram on 19 May. 

Catch the livestream here

A Night Of Covenant House Stars: Jon Bon Jovi, Dolly Parton, Meryl Streep, and more 

When: 19 May, 8AM PH/SG/MY Standard Time, 7AM TH/ID Standard Time

Bon Bon Jovi, Dolly Parton, Meryl Streep, and more will be performing for 'A Night Of Covenant House Stars', a virtual concert fundraising for the Covenant House charity. Proceeds will be directed to resources that will help homeless youth and at-risk kids in the times of COVID-19. The other performers include Diane Keaton, Stephen Colbert, Rachel Brosnahan, Robin Thicke, and Dionne Warwick. 

Watch the livestream here

Tessa Violet ft Julia Nunes

When: 17 May

Singer-songwriter Tessa Violet held a two-hour livestream as part of her The Something To Look Forward To tour, a series of virtual shows. 

Watch the livestream here

Dancing Dragons Presents: DJ Showcase Virtual Party 

When: 15 - 16 May

Dancing Dragon announces DJ SHOWCASE VIRTUAL PARTY, a weekend-long virtual party featuring sets from a roster of Asian DJs, including CARTA, Chace, Terry Zhong, and YÅKO. 

Watch the livestream here

Songtradr Happy Hour: Music Supervisor Round Table 

When: 15 May

Songtradr has announced a new virtual panel series called Syncing Music with Media, where industry leaders in the music supervision space will discuss how the content business has been impacted by the pandemic, and how this will play out through lockdown, and beyond. The first round table will include three renowned music supervisors, David Fisher, Evyn J Klean, and Todd Porter. 

Register for the livestream here


When: 14 May 

ONE OK ROCK will be livestreaming their 2017 Ambitions Japan Tour on their Youtube channel on 14 May. 

Watch the livestream here.

Crush ft hongttochi

When: 14 May

Catch Korean hip hop singer Crush this Thursday (14/05) as he streams a live performance with hongttochi. "Hope you're all ready to clap your hearts out from the comfort of your bedrooms!" he writes. 

Watch the livestream here

Heineken Living Room 

When: 14 May

Kick off your Thursday night with Youngr' live music set, followed by a Q&A with MTV Asia host Hanli Hoefer. 

Watch the livestream here

MML From Home: Jesse Ruben

When: 14 May

Catch singer-songwriter Jesse Ruben as he performs from home on Music Matters Live's Instagram this Thursday (14/05). 

Watch the livestream here


When: 12 May

Chon celebrated 5 years live from their living room on 12 May. The video of their livestream is not available for viewing at the moment. 

MML From Home: Keiko Necesario 

When: 12 May

Keiko Necesario went live this Tuesday (12/05) on Music Matters Live's Instagram. The singer-songwriter has been writing songs since she was 7, and finally shared her craft with the world in 2015 with her debut album. 

Watch the livestream here

Unity 2020 

When: 9 - 10 May

Unity Festival will be streaming this weekend, featuring performances from dodie, Freya Ridings, James Bay, L. Devine, YUNGBLUD, Tones & I, and more. The festival will be raising funds for Women's Aid, a charity working to end domestic abuse against women and children

Watch the livestream here

Secret Sky Festival 

When: 10 May

Tune in for a 14-hour virtual festival featuring acts such as Porter Robinson, Madeon, San Holo, Jai Wolf, KNOWER, Hakushi Hasegawa, kz (livetune), Kizuna AI, and more. Fans can move through the virtual concert venue using their web browser. Funds raised will be donated to the Musicares COVID-19 Relief Fund. 

Watch the livestream here

Fearless At Home Festival When: 10 May

The festival will feature acoustic performances from As It Is, Grayscale, Ice Nine Kills, Locket, Plain White T's, Set It Off, The Almost The Plot In You, The Pretty Reckless, Wage War. There will also be special appearances from All That Remains, August Burns Red, Capstan, Eat Your Heart Out, iDKHOW, I Prevail, Kill The Lights, Movements, My Kid Brother, Oceans Ate Alaska, Starset, The Word Alive, Underoath, Varials, and Volumes. 

Fearless will be donating all proceeds to Crew Nation, a global relief fund for live music crews. You can buy merch here

Watch the livestream here

The Maine

When: 10 May

The Maine will be livestreaming show from Brazil during their Pioneer world tour in 2012. Tune in to chat with the band and for exclusive footage of them at home. 

Watch the livestream here

Homemade for Mums: Kit Chan, JJ Lin, Stefanie Sun, and more

When: 10 May

This Sunday (10/05), Singaporeans can celebrate Mother's Day with Homemade for Mums, a livestream concert featuring local singers Joanna Dong, Asiyah Aziz, Isaac Ong, Liu Ling Ling, and more. Families can look forward to a special appearance by Kit Chan, JJ Lin, and Stefanie Sun, who will be reading out Mother's Day dedications submitted by members of the public.

Watch the livestream here

Rolling Loud 2017 Replay

When: 9 - 11 May

Rolling Loud will be livestreaming a recorded replay of Miami 2017. Performers include Kendrick Lamar, Future, Lil Wayne, A$AP Rocky, Travis Scott, Young Thug, Mac Miller, Post Malone, and more. All donations will go to the charity, Feeding South Africa. 

Watch the livestream here

Chloe Moriondo 

When: 9 May

Chloe Moriondo went live from home on 9 May to perform some of her songs. 

Watch the livestream here

Aaron Kwok 

When: 9 May

Aaron Kwok will be livestreaming a charity concert on Saturday to raise funds for the dancers and film crew who have worked with him over the years. Donations can be directed to the Aaron Kwok Love and Concern International Charity Fund.

Watch the livestream here

Bruno Major Live Stream Tour: New York

When: 8 May

The singer-songwriter will be livestreaming for his fans in New York. He will be fundraising for the WHO’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund through his livestream tour. Fans can donate on the Youtube pages, and Google will be donating $2 for every $1 donated. 

Watch the livestream here


When: 7 May

The festival, organised by 88rising, featured performances by LOONA, Higher Brothers, alextbh, AUDREY NUNA, beabadoobee, CLC, Dumbfounddead, HYUKOH, Iñigo Pascual, Josh Pan, Kang Daniel, Keshi, Lim Kim, Luna Li, Mxmtoon, NIKI, No Vacation, Phum Viphurit, Rich Brian, Stephanie Poetri, Suboi, Umi, Yuna, and 9m88. 

Watch the livestream here

The 1975 Tribute Concert ft Cavetown, Clairo, and more

When: 7 May 

In celebration of The 1975's new album, Notes On A Conditional Form, frontman Matt Healy invited a group of musicians to cover various songs from the band on Instagram Live. Performers include Phoebe Bridgers, Rina Sawayama, Clairo, Beabadoobee, Cavetown, Pale Waves, and Gracie Abrahams​​.

Watch the livestream here

A Moment With the Met: Florence + The Machine

When: 6 May 

Florence Welch performed an acoustic rendition of Florence + The Machine's 'Light of Love' for A Moment With the Met.

Watch the livestream here

MML From Home: The Itchyworms

When: 7 May

Filipino pop-rock band The Itchyworms will be performing on Music Matters' Instagram Live on 7 May. 

Watch the livestream here

MML From Home: Singto Numchok สิงโต นำโชค

When: 5 May

Catch singer-songwriter Singto Numchok on Music Matters' Instagram Live on 5 May. 

Watch the livestream here

Offshore Music: Small Spaces Virtual Tour

When: 26 April - 3 May

Offshore Music will be livestreaming performances from Pinkmen, #Pamphleteer, Jun Lopito, Mazerboy, Big Hat Gang, One Click Straight, ena mori, and Sansette daily from 26 April to 3 May. There will also be a live chat and Q&A with the artists after the performances.

Watch the livestream here

Breaking Modern Loneliness

When: 2 May

Lauv will be having a virtual conversation on "catharsis and connection" with fellow artists Alessia Cara, Anne-Marie, and Sofía Reyes on 2 May 2020 (Southeast Asian time). 

Watch the livestream here.

Ryuichi Sakamoto: Yellow Magic Orchestra Live

When: 1 May

Ryuichi Sakamoto has been making some of his past concerts available for everyone in isolation. His next video, featuring the Yellow Magic Orchestra live in London 2008, will premiere on 1 May.

Watch the livestream here.

Bruno Major Live Stream Tour: Paris

When: 30 April

The singer-songwriter will be livestreaming for fans in Paris. He will be fundraising for the WHO’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund through his livestream tour. Fans can donate on the Youtube pages, and Google will be donating $2 for every $1 donated. 

Watch his livestream here

Offset And Friends

When: 30 April

Offset will be livestreaming a performance with Young Thug, Rich the Kid, and SAINt JHN to raise funds for the Atlanta Community Food Bank. 

Watch the livestream here

Tones and I

When: 30 April

Join Tones and I for her virtual performance on 30 April.

Watch the livestream here

MML From Home: Coming Up Roses

When: 30 April

Alt-rock quartet Coming Up Roses will be bringing their music to you via Music Matters' Instagram Live on 30 April. 

Watch the livestream here

MML From Home: Buckman Coe

When: 28 April

Catch folk soul and reggae artist Buckman Coe live on Music Matters' Instagram on 28 April. 

Watch the livestream here

Take Me to the World: A Sondheim 90th Birthday Celebration

When: 26 April

In celebration of Stephen Sondheim’s 90th birthday, 'Take Me To The World: A Sondheim 90th Birthday Celebration' was livestreamed on 26 April, featuring performances by many artists who appeared in his shows, including Meryl Streep, Neil Patrick Harris, Lin-Manuel Miranda, and more. 

Watch the livestream here

Post Malone x Nirvana Tribute

When: 25 April

Post Malone performed 15 Nirvana songs during his Nirvana tribute concert on 25 April to raise funds for the United Nations Foundation’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund. 

Watch the livestream here

GRAMMY Museum: Ben Platt

When: 25 April

The GRAMMY Museum released its digital public programme with Ben Platt, known for his role as Evan Hansen in the musical 'Dear Evan Hansen', featuring an intimate sit-down interview and performance. 

Watch the livestream here.

Music From The Home Front

When: 25 April

Tones And I, Tame Impala, Ruel, Dean Lewis, and more performed during the virtual concert in a celebration of Anzac Day.

Watch the livestream here

The Beatles - Yellow Submarine Sing-A-Long Watch Party

When: 25 April

Tune into The Beatles' Youtube channel to stream a sing-along version of the Beatles’ animated film 'Yellow Submarine'. “For those of you missing singing together, I’ve got good news,” shared Ringo Starr in a video. “Tune in (...) for a special ‘Yellow Submarine’ movie sing-along for kids and kids at heart. Peace and love.”

Watch the livestream here.  

Room Service

When: 24 - 26 April

Digital music festival Room Service is bringing back the festival experience to quarantined music lovers around the globe on April 24-26. Proceeds from the event will go directly to charitable partners benefiting those affected by COVID-19, including Sweet Relief and Feeding America. It will feature performances from Yungblud, Clean Bandit, Pink Sweat$, Jeremy Zucker, and more.  

RSVP here

PlayOn Fest

When: 24 - 26 April

Warner Music Group is throwing PlayOn Fest, the first ever 3-day virtual music festival to bring live music by Bruno Mars, Green Day, Slipknot, Ed Sheeran, Paramore, Anderson .Paak, Twenty One Pilots, and many more straight to your homes.The concerts, which all come from Warner Music's vaults, will also take viewers to the most iconic festivals and venues, including Coachella, Lollapdalooza, Bonnaroo, the O2 Arena, the Sydney Opera House, and the Apollo Theater. 

BBC Radio 1 Stay Home Live Lounge

When: 24 April

Dua Lipa, 5 Seconds of Summer, Yungblud, and more collaborate on a BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge cover of Foo Fighters’ 'Times Like These' from their own homes.

Watch the livestream here

MML From Home: The Hunting Birds

When: 23 April

Tune into Music Matters' Instagram Live on 23 April to catch The Hunting Birds and their special blend of folk/pop/indie/rock sounds.

Watch the livestream here

Dipha Barus

When: 23 April

Dipha Barus streamed a live DJ set to your homes on 23 April, including a fundraising activation as part of his live stream campaign. Donations can be made here

Watch the livestream here

Bruno Major Live Stream Tour: Sydney 

When: 23 April

 Bruno Major will be doing a stay-at-home world tour for his fans on Thursday for three weeks, starting with Sydney. His next two livestreams are slated to take place on 30 April and 8 May. He will be fundraising for the WHO’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund through his livestream tour. Fans can donate on the Youtube pages, and Google will be donating $2 for every $1 donated. 

Watch the livestream here

Fender Artist Check-Ins: FKJ 

When: 21 April

Watch as FKJ improvises an entirely new piece using his Stratocaster, looper and pedal board.

Watch the livestream here

KAYA RADIO: 24 Hours with Bob Marley 

When: 20 April

KAYA RADIO is streaming 24 hours of Bob Marley albums, music videos, the newly released LEGACY docu-series, videos from the Marley family, and more. 

Watch the livestream here

MML From Home: Veronica Fusaro 

When: 21 April

Catch Veronica Fusaro online on Music Matters' Instagran for a taste of her characteristic soul pop sound. 

Watch the livestream here


When: 18 - 19 April

BTS' past concerts were available for streaming on their BANGTANTV YouTube channel from18 - 19 April. The first day featured BTS’s Red Bullet Live trilogy (2014), HYYH live concert (2015), HYYH Epilogue (2016), and the 3rd Muster (2016). The second day featured Wings Tour live in Seoul (2017), Wings Tour: The Final, 4th Muster (2018) and the Love Yourself Seoul concert (2018).

One World: Together At Home

When: 19 April

The World Health Organization and Global Citizen announced the One World: Together At Home virtual benefit concert for COVID-19 relief efforts. The full line-up includes Alanis Morissette, Andrea Bocelli, Billie Eilish, Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day, Burna Boy, Chris Martin, David Beckham, Eddie Vedder, Elton John, FINNEAS, Idris and Sabrina Elba, J Balvin, John Legend, Kacey Musgraves, Keith Urban, Kerry Washington, Lang Lang, Lizzo, Maluma, Paul McCartney, Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Shah Rukh Khan, and Stevie Wonder. 

Watch the livestream here

Closer In Crisis

When: 16 April

Non-profit organisation Sound Mind organised a COVID-19 mental health virtual benefit concert on 16 April. The concert featured performances from Alex The Astronaut, Ballroom Thieves, Jade Bird, and more.

Watch the livestream here

John Mayer: Current Mood with Leon Bridges

When: 12 April 

John Mayer introduces special guest Leon Bridges on his Instagram Talk Show, 'Current Mood'. The two have also teamed up for a new single titled 'Inside Friend'. 

Watch the livestream here

Neon Future IV Dinner - Steve Aoki & Friends

When: 12 April

Tune into Steve Aoki's virtual dinner party and catch him in conversation with NFIV collaborators Maluma,, Agnez Mo, Lay Zhang, and the Backstreet Boys’ Nick Carter, for discussions on music, food, and culture.

Watch the livestream here

Nether Meant 

When: 11 April

 Open Pit, the team behind virtual music festivals, Fire Fest and Coalchella, have announced Nether Meant, a music festival for the benefit of COVID-19 relief efforts. American Football are scheduled to headline the festival, alongside Polyvinyl labelmate, Anamanaguchi. Baths, Meishi Smile, Hana, and more are also slated to perform. 

Watch the livestream here.  


When: 10 - 12 April

Video platform Triller has announced a three-day virtual festival, Trillerfest, streaming on Youtube. The lineup includes Snoop Dogg, Keshi, YunaMigos and more. Viewers can make donations, and proceeds will be going to MusiCares COVID-19 relief fund and No Kid Hungry.

Watch the livestream here

The Strokes

When: 10 April

The Strokes have launched a virtual talk show series titled Five Guys Talking About Things They Know Nothing About. "We wanted to see if we could connect with folks, and turned what was supposed to be a pirate radio thing for our album release (which we would make in-person) into a video chat instead," they shared. The first episode was uploaded on 9 April, followed by Episode 2 on 10 April. 

Watch their livestreams here.  

The Tallest Man On Earth 

When: 10 April

The Tallest Man On Earth will be celebrate the 10th anniversary of his album, The Wild Hunt, with a livestream performance.  

Watch the livestream here

Lew Loh 

When: 10 April

Lew Loh will be performing his songs on Sennheiser's Instagram Live, where he will be serenading fans with "sad songs". 

Watch the livestream here

Noisey Night In

When: 12 April

Noisey are hosting a livestream concert for the benefit of the Sweet Relief Musicians Fund, a non-profit organisation to help musicians in need. Don't miss performances by Margo Price, Open Mike Eagle, Twin Peaks, Nothing, Beabadoobee, and more.

Watch the livestream here

Andrea Bocelli 

When:12 April 

Opera singer Andrea Bocelli will be livestreaming a special Easter performance, titled Music for Hope, from the Duomo Cathedral in Milan. The concert is "intended as a symbol of love, hope and healing amidst the coronavirus pandemic".

Watch the livestream here 

MML From Home: I Wear* Experiment 

When: 9 April

Electro pop group I Wear* Experiment brought their music to fans over Instagram live on Thursday (09/04). 

Watch the livestream here

Julian Koster 

When: 8 April 

Elephant 6 and Neutral Milk Hotel member Julian Koster put on “show of songs, stories, and games from The Orbiting Human Circus and The Music Tapes and more,” broadcasting live on Youtube. 

Watch the livestream here

Joanna Dong

When: 8 April

Multi-hypenate Joanna Dong did a livestream on Wednesday (08/04) on Instagram and Facebook Live. Suscribe to her telegram for updates on her livestream dates. 

Watch the livestream here

MML FROM HOME: Valentina Ploy 

When: 7 April

Music Matters Live presents a new online series of music sessions every Tuesday and Thursday. Catch Valentina Ploy on Instagram Live where she performed song requests sent in by fans. 

Watch the livestream here.

Bandwagon x EBX: Karaoke Livestream Concert 

When: 4 April

Bandwagon and EBX Live team up to present Karaoke Livestream Concert. If you miss going to the KTVs and watching your favourite Singaporean artists perform live, you can enjoy this concert from the comfort of your living room and jam along with indie pop band M1LDL1FE and singer-songwriters Shye and YAØ. 

Watch the livestream here

Mark Hoppus 

When: 4 April

Mark Hoppus performed acoustic versions of tracks by his bands Blink-182 and +44 during a Animal Crossing live stream.

Watch the livestream here

Jimmy Eats World 

When: 3 April 

Watch Jimmy Eat World perform a virtual concert from the Rebel Lounge (Phoenix) from the comfort of your home. 

Watch the livestream here

Billboard Live At-Home Concert: Hozier

When: 3 April 

Hozier performed fan favourites such as 'Take Me to Church' and 'Cherry Wine' during the livestream to raise money for Downtown Women's Center. He also paid tribute to the late Bill Withers, covering Withers' 'Ain't No Sunshine'. 

Watch the livestream here

Billboard Live At-Home Concert: Haley Reinhart

When: 3 April 

Haley Reinhart performed an acoustic set to raise money for Musicares, kicking off the the session with tunes from her latest album Lo-Fi Soul. She wrapped things up with covers of Radiohead's 'Creep' and Janis Joplin's 'Piece of My Heart.'

Watch the livestream here

Billboard Live At-Home Concert: The Driver Era 

When: 2 April

The Driver Era teamed up with Billboard to stream an acoustic session from home. The brothers kicked the livestream off with 'A Kiss', before sharing life lessons during the interludes. 

Watch the livestream here

Billboard Live At-Home Concert: Alec Benjamin 

When: 2 April 

Alec Benjamin performed a new song, '6 Ft Apart', during his Billboard Live At-Home concert. He also played his songs 'The Book of You & I' and 'Steve' during the livestream which raised money for Meals on Wheels America. 

Watch the livestream here


When: 2 April

Inch Chua performed a selection of her most cherished songs: Dust That Moves, Wallflower, Artful Dodger and MouseDeer. The livestream also saw some special cat appearances. 

Watch the livestream here

Youth Music Awards Singapore 2020 

When: 30 March 

The Youth Music Awards (YMA) is a platform to celebrate, honour and sustain made-in-Singapore music, and recognise the extraordinary achievements and contributions of local musicians. This year, it was turned into an online award ceremony, and will is available for viewing via an online live stream on Facebook.

Watch the livestream here.

iHeart Living Room Concert for America 

When: 29 March 

Hosted by Elton John, the iHeart Living Room Concert for America featured performances from Alicia Keys, Mariah Carey, Billie Eilish and Finneas, Camilla Cabello, Shawn Mendes, Dave Grohl, Tim McGraw, Sam Smith, Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong, Demi Lovato, Lizzo, and Lady Gaga. 

Watch the livestream here

Earth Hour 2020 

When: 28 March

For the first time, Singapore's Earth Hour took the form of a three-hour digital live stream. Earth Hour 2020 - Live and Unplugged featured live performances by prominent artists and conversations with leading environmental changemakers. The full lineup of performers is as follows: Benjamin Kheng, Inch Chua, Nathan Hartono, Fariz Jabba & Yung Raja, Preetipls, RRILEY, Sezairi, and Subhas

Watch the livestream here

Twitch Stream Aid

When: 28 March 

Twitch Stream Aid is a 12-hour charity stream, featuring some of the biggest names in gaming, music, and sports with special guests. Musical performances saw artists such as Ellie Goulding, Diplo, Cole Swindell, LAUV, Charlie Puth, Krewella, Die Antwoord, Jordin Sparks and more. 

Watch the livestream here

JJ Lin 327 Love Wishes

When: 27 March

JJ Lin celebrates his birthday with appearances from special guests Tanya Chua, David Tao, Mayday, and Mickey Huang. 

Watch the livestream here

North East Social Club presents Biennal Finale 

When: 21 March

The closing show for Singapore Biennale 2019 at Gillman Barracks has been cancelled. However, the performances were shifted to National Gallery Singapore, where the sets were live-streamed on Facebook and Instagram. 

Find out more here

The Indigo Girls

When: 19 March

American folk rock music duo The Indigo Girls performed a gig on Facebook Live. On Monday (16/03), they had announced that they will be "playing a low key, home grown set of songs and talking to people directly through Q and A", and urged fans to tune in with them. 

Watch their livestream here.

Boiler Room x Streaming From Isolation 

When: 19 - 22 March

During the pandemic, Boiler Room is here with a new live series under lockdown and isolation, kicking off with home broadcasts featuring The Black Madonna, Mall Grab, HAAi, and Sippin' T. 

Watch the livestreams here


When: 18 March

Canadian singer-songwriter Lights played acoustic songs for her fans on Instagram live, where she covered songs requested by her fans. She had posted a compilation of popular requests for the stream, which includes songs like 'Simmer', 'Lost Girls', 'Circles', and more. 

Watch her livestream here

New York’s 92nd Street Y 92Y@Home

When: 18 March

92Y livestreamed a special performance in an empty concert hall, where Mezzo-soprano Fleur Barron gave her New York debut recital with songs of Beethoven and Mahler. 

Watch the livestream here

Virtual Festival 

When: 17 - 28 March 

Virtual Festival was started by a group of Nashvillians tied together by music. "We started Virtual Festival in direct response to the closures of festivals, venues, and tours due to the Covid-19 pandemic," they write in a post. They will be hosting performances via YouTube and Facebook Live with a published schedule, and in lieu of ticket sales, viewers can donate directly to artists via PayPal and Venmo,

Watch the livestreams here

Dropkick Murphys 

When: 17 March 

For the first time ever, Dropkick Murphys did not play over the St. Patrick’s Day weekend. However, the show must go on, and so they have decided to bring a 2-hour livestream concert to their fans from all over the world. 

Watch their livestream here

John Legend

When: 17 March 

John Legend was quick to arrange his own gig following Chris Martin's livestream, tweeting: "My friend Chris Martin did a lovely little concert from home today. I'll be doing one tomorrow at 1pm Pacific time. See you soon. We'll try to get through this together!" His wife, Chrissy Teigen, joined him and the two engaged in light banter in between songs. "Let me know which other artists I should pass the torch to," Legend added.

Watch his livestream here

Chris Martin

When: 16 March

Coldplay frontman Chris Martin performed a small half-hour gig with nothing but his piano and guitar during an Instagram livestream, chatting to fans and taking on song requests from viewers, kicking things off with 'Hymn For The Weekend' and 'A Sky Full Of Stars'. "Sending much love to Italy, and Iran, and America, and everybody," he said. 

Watch his livestream here


When: 16 March

In 72 hours, Yungblud organised 'THE YUNGBLUD SHOW LIVE', performing songs before switching to a cooking segment with singer-songwriter Olive Tree during an interlude. Bella Thorne and Machine Gun Kelly also made an appearance on the show. Even in a compressed virtual space, Yungblud still managed to pull his show off with aplomb and fill the screen with his usual brand of chaotic energy. 

Watch his livestream here

Code Orange 

When: 14 March

Code Orange introduced their latest album, Underneath, to an empty hall at the Roxian, where they were slated to perform their record-release show. Instead of leaving things as they were, the band livestreamed their performance on Twitch, which had over 130,000 viewers tuning in from home. There are reportedly plans to upload a higher quality version of the show to Youtube in the near future. 

Watch their livestream here

Emo Nite TV 

When: 9PM EST, every Tuesday and Friday 

Emo Nite TV is live on Twitch every Tuesday and Friday. These two hour live shows will feature DJ sets of emo and pop punk jams, interviews and performances from artists, throwbacks to your favourite emo nite moments, and other interactive content. 

Watch the livestreams here

Stay tuned to Bandwagon for more updates.