Virtual Concerts To Set the Tone Right for 2021

With only less than two months remaining in 2020, we are now officially in the home stretch of this difficult year. As we transition into a new beginning, it is essential to start off on the right foot. So why not set the right tone for 2021 with your favourite music? Music is a great medium to relieve stress, and it allows us to bond with others. So here are some virtual concerts you can attend from the safety of your own home that you don't want to miss out on.      


November 15 to December 7: Yungblud, The Weird Time of Life Tour

With the release of their second album, Weird! on November 13, Yungblud will be going on a digital world tour in a different city for every show across Europe and North America. There will be full-scale concert production for a total of sixteen shows. However, the concerts will be completely virtual, and viewers will be able to purchase tickets regardless of where they reside. Tickets are currently on sale.

November 27: Dua Lipa, Studio 2054

Dua Lipa will be performing online at her virtual musical experience Studio 2054 on November 27 at 9 PM (ET) or 6 PM (PT). Dua will be performing songs from her most recent album, Future Nostalgia, as well as her debut album Club Future Nostalgia, which will be streamed on LIVENow. There will also be guest appearances, so grab your ticket now via LIVENow and Ticketmaster.

December 5: Liam Gallangher, Down by the River Thames

The name says it all. Liam Gallangher will be down by River Thames as he performs a full set from a barge on the river. Liam, the former Oasis frontman, will be singing songs from Oasis as well as his music from his solo career. There will be four live gigs, so grab your ticket in your respective timezone. Tickets are currently on sale.

December 5: Plan On: Celebrating the Power of Music to Make Change

Want to enjoy music and contribute to a good cause? Plan On: Celebrating the Power of Music to Make Change is a benefit concert raising money for the NAACP Legal Defense & Educational Funds and WhyHunger. Streaming on December 5 at 9 PM (ET) or 8 PM (CT) on CBS, some artists that will be performing are Bon Jovi, Snoop Dogg, Machine Gun Kelly, Jon Batiste, Ziggy Marley, and more. 

December 6: Jessie J, Live in LA

Jessie J and her full band will be performing live for the first time in over a year. The concert Live in LA will be held on December 7 at 3 PM (ET) and streamed live in HD via Dreamstage. Unfortunately, viewers in China will not be able to view this live stream. Tickets are currently on sale.

December 10: iHeartRadio Jingle Ball

This year's iHeartRadio annual Jingle Ball will be going virtual on the iHeartRadio App, the CW App, and on December 10 at 9 PM (ET) or 6 PM (PT). This year's lineup is next level with artists including Billie Eilish, Harry Styles, Dua Lipa, Lewis Capaldi, Shawn Mendes and Doja Cat. If you want to listen to any of the artists' hits or want to get into the holiday spirit with holiday classics, the Jingle Ball is for you.

December 12: Lang Lang International Music Foundation

Lang Lang, the classical pianist, will be holding his first virtual concert on the Lang Lang Youtube channel.  Not only will Lang Lang performing, but other artists including Sam Smith, Wyclef Jean and many others will be performing too. The concert will start streaming at 3 PM (ET) on Youtube, so no need for tickets!

For an updated list of live streams and virtual concerts, check out Billboard's guide.