Here Are All the Livestreams & Virtual Concerts to Watch During the Coronavirus Crisis: Week of Nov. 2

The Halloween livestreams are over for another year, but there’s plenty of good stuff coming up.

Among the virtual shows worth checking out the week of Nov. 2-8 are Niall Horan’s Nov. 7 set from the Royal Albert Hall, benefiting his touring crew, who have been sidelined as shows have been canceled due to the global coronavirus pandemic. The same day, Kylie Minogue will be doing her own global livestream to celebrate her upcoming album, Disco.

A day earlier, Nine Inch Nails will be reminiscing about the influential band’s decades-long history during a discussion with journalist David Farrier. The event comes ahead of NIN’s induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.

For more events, check out the list below. We’ll update this page as more virtual music events are announced for the week.


Nov. 3: Members of both My Morning Jacket and The Decemberists, as well as many other musicians, are participating in the #iVoted virtual Election Day concert. The event begins at noon; RSVP here to watch it.

Nov. 5: Ted Leo is performing live from the Columbus Theatre at 9 p.m. ET. Tickets are $15.

Nov. 6: Ahead of their induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Nine Inch Nails is livestreaming a discussion hosted by journalist David Farrier. The conversation begins streaming at 2 p.m. ET via the band’s Facebook page, Twitter account, and YouTube channel.

Luke Combs is performing a stripped-down set for Amazon Live and will also answer fan questions. The show begins at 1 p.m. ET.

Nov. 7: Niall Horan is playing London’s prestigious Royal Albert Hall for a livestream concert benefitting his touring crew.  He’ll perform hits from his Billboard 200 No. 1 album Flicker and his sophomore set Heartbreak Weather, which will be filmed by a multi-camera crew. Tickets are $20.

Kylie Minogue is doing a global livestream show titled “Kylie: Infinite Disco.” The 50-minute performance will include tracks from upcoming album Disco, as well as some of her classic tunes. There are two streams for the U.S., with both beginning at 8 p.m. ET and PT. Tickets are $20.

Patty Griffin is streaming a residency from Austin’s The Continental Club. She’ll also be streaming shows Nov. 21 and Dec. 5. A portion of the proceeds will benefit 18 independent venues around the country. All three shows begin at 7 p.m. ET; tickets start at $25.

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