After all these months, it looks live music might finally be able to make a comeback.
At his Downing Street press conference on Thursday, Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden announced that open-air gigs would be allowed to take place from this weekend. What's more, small pilots of indoor concerts would also be taking place, marking the first step back towards hosting gigs in traditional venues.
For now though, the best way to get your live music fix is online, as artists and festivals continue to come through with the live-streamed goods.
Here's where to tune in.
Gloucestershire festival 2000Trees is the latest music event to go digital, launching its three-day online extravaganza 2000Screens. Jimmy Eat World, Thrice and Enter Shikari are among the headliners on a hard-and-heavy line-up.
Until Saturday, Facebook
Junction 2 presents J2v
West London dance favourite Junction 2 is back with the latest edition of its online festival. Saturday will be all about the music — six hours of DJs including Nina Kraviz, Adam Beyer, Daniel Avery and more — while Sunday is made up of thought-provoking talks and panel discussions.
Saturday and Sunday, junction2.london
TRNSMT At Home
Glasgow festival TRNSMT is making up for its cancellation by pulling together some exclusive performances from a range of artists — Fontaines D.C., Joy Crookes, Vistas and The LaFontaines are among those to get involved.
Elton John is the latest music icon to treat fans to weekly helpings of classic archive footage. His new series kicked off last Friday with a gig at the Playhouse Theatre in Edinburgh from all the way back in 1976, and this time takes us to Sydney Entertainment Centre in 1986. It's to raise money for the Elton John AIDS Foundation’s COVID-19 Emergency Fund.
5pm, Friday, YouTube
Montreux Jazz Festival
Montreux Jazz Festival is making up for its cancellation by hosting a 16-day online festival, featuring a string of rare and previously unseen footage from over the years. Charles Mingus, Etta James and BB King are just a few of the greats involved.
Until July 18, montreuxjazzfestival.com