Here is a list of “quarantine concerts” you can catch online this week

Via Taste of Country & TODAY Show

#Togetherathome! Never in a million years would we think we’d be writing about quarantine concerts, but here we are! Some good guys in the music industry are blessing us with virtual sit-down ditty’s, and they’re all free to attend! Here are a few that we know of so far.


DCFC’s Ben Gibbard will be live streaming from his in-home studio today, March 17th. Finally, a Death Cab concert where we don’t have to pretend that “something is just in our eyes.” Kleenex at the ready!

When: Tuesday, March 17th
Time: 5 pm (MDT)


Luke Combs is doing the actually most for the people at home. In addition to singing “a couple of tunes” he’ll also be premiering a brand new song.

When: Tuesday, March 17th
Time: 5 pm (MDT)


Country legend, and probably wife Trisha Yearwood will be broadcasting live from Studio G. They’ll be taking requests for an entire hour.

When: Monday, March 23rd
Time: 5 pm (MDT)

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America’s sweetheart, John Legend was actually one of the first to announce that he was streaming life, helping to launch the “together at home” movement, which is “a series of online concert performances hosted on artists social media platforms to fight coronavirus and promote social distancing.” He’ll be going live today from his home as well. Maybe we’ll even get a Chrissy Teigen appearance?

When: Tuesday, March 17th
Time: 2 pm (MDT)


Irish punk band, The Dropkick Murphys will actually live steam their entire annual St.Patty’s day show from their hometown of Boston, tonight at 5 pm MDT. This one is going to be crazy guys. If you were looking for a way to authentically celebrate the holiday from home, this is it.

When: Tuesday, March 17th
Time: 5 pm (MDT)


Katharine Mcphee will be joined by Grammy award-winning composer, and husband, David Foster from their home every single day at the same time from her Instagram feed, which is insane. They’ll be taking song requests like the sweethearts they are.

When: Every day
Time: 6:30 (MDT)


Miami’s Ultra Music Festival may have been cancelled but that won’t stop organizers from entertaining electronic fans. Running from Friday, March 20th until Monday, March 23rd, catch live sets from Armin van Buuren, Afrojack, Martin Garrix, Major Lazer and more as well as past live performances by the likes of Kygo, The Chainsmokers, Diplo by tuning in to Sirius XM’s channel 52.

When: Friday, March 20th
Time: 3:30 pm (MDT)Wh

When life gives you lemons, check out a few quarantine concerts! Let us know which virtual performance you’ll be “attending!” Enjoy yourselves out there, folks.