Live stream gigs to watch this week: From Radiohead to Rebecca Black

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The lockdown looks set to go on for a while yet, which means the live-streamed gigs from around the world are going to keep on coming thick and fast.

Last weekend was one of the best yet, with virtual festivals and gigs featuring everyone from Angel Olsen to Andrea Bocelli.

This week, there's plenty more to look forward to, with concert series, fundraisers and archive footage all to be enjoyed from your sofa.

These are the live stream gigs you need to see.

Ticketmaster Homecoming

British artist Hrvy, Murph from the Wombats and rising star Arlo Parks are the musicians enlisted as part of the Ticketmaster Homecoming series this week. It’s all in aid of CrewNation, the Music Venue Trust, Help Musicians UK and Cancer Research UK.

6pm each day,


Each week, Radiohead have pledged to upload footage from a classic gig onto their YouTube channel. First up, it was a storming, Kid A-heavy show from Dublin in 2000. They haven’t confirmed what the next video will be, or when exactly it’ll land, but the last one was at 10pm on a Wednesday, so keep an eye out.

Global Citizen Together at Home

Social action platform Global Citizen is hosting a series of daily live streams, with Meghan Trainor, John Legend and Chris Martin among those to take part so far. Check the Global Citizen Instagram or Twitter accounts for the schedules, which are posted each morning.

Various dates and times,

Billboard Live At Home

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Alessia Cara (Getty Images)

Billboard has so far broadcast live from the homes of Kenny G, Grouplove and others. This week, it’s another varied bill: expect sets from the likes of Rebecca Black, CeeLo Green and Alessia Cara.

Various times and dates,

Frank Turner

Frank Turner has been raising money for some of his favourite independent music venues through his live streams and is back for more this Thursday. To generate cash for The Forum in Tunbridge Wells, he’ll be playing his 2009 album Poetry of the Deed in its entirety.

8.30pm, April 16,


The legendary metalheads are posting archive concert footage each Monday during the lockdown. The latest instalment was a set at Outside Lands festival in San Francisco — check out their Twitter feed for the other videos they’ve posted so far.