9 Full-Length Live Concerts You Can Stream Online Right Now

The music industry as we’ve known it has taken quite a hit during the quarantine. Every bar and concert has been shut down all over the country. However, this doesn’t mean that you have to give up seeing your favorite artists perform. Music is one of the best ways to help anxiety, stress, and depression. Luckily, there are plenty of live concerts and performances to stream on Youtube to offer joy in this time of uncertainty. Online platforms like Spotify is a;so gaining fame among users. Spotify users find the platform very convenient to stream and listen to music there. Users are so curious to get more audience in their profile so often look for the best sites to buy Spotify plays and streams.

Ariana Grande’s Sweetener World Tour 2019

From Nickelodeon’s Victorious, Ariana Grande has made a name for herself as one of the biggest pop stars in the world. With a Grammy Award, a couple of Billboard Awards, and a few American Music Awards (just to name some of her achievements), there’s no stopping her anytime soon.

Post Malone at Reading Festival 2018

With over 65 million records sold worldwide, Post Malone became famous overnight when his song “White Iverson” was uploaded to Soundcloud. It hit 1 million plays within a month of being uploaded and the rest is history.

Billie Eilish at Music Midtown 2019

At the age of only 18, Billie Eilish has become a household name. Much like Post Malone, she uploaded her song “Ocean Eyes” to Soundcloud in 2015, which earned her the attention of millions. She’s won 5 Grammy Awards, 2 American Music Awards, and was even listed on the TIME 100 NEXT list.

The 1975 at The O2, London, 2016

If you like the Arctic Monkeys or other pop-rock music, The 1975 is the band for you. They’ve toured all over the world multiple times and have a new album coming out on May 22nd.

John Mayer in New York, 2018

John Mayer has been around for years (since about 2005) and doesn’t look like he’s planning on stopping anytime soon. Mayer very rarely tours and many times he often shows up at small venues with little, to no, notice. If you haven’t gotten the chance to see him perform, this video is the perfect way to hold yourself over until he goes back on the road.

Ed Sheeran in London, 2018

Ed Sheeran has sold over 150 million albums worldwide, making him one of the best-selling music artists in the world. He’s been named Most Streamed Artist of the Decade by Spotify and Artist of the Decade by the Official Charts Company.

Khalid at Lollapalooza 2018

Khalid beat all odds when he went quadruple platinum with his song “Location” while only being in his early 20s. Since then, he’s put out a number one album and was nominated for 6 Grammy Awards.

One Direction’s Where We Are Tour 2014

While One Direction may technically not still be together anymore, their songs are still bops. Members such as Harry Styles and Zayn have gone on to have successful solo careers but nothing beats listening to a little “What Makes You Beautiful” when you’re having a rough day.

The Weeknd at Coachella 2018

What started out in 2010 to be an anonymous project called The Weeknd has turned Abel Tesfaye into one of the most well-known R&B artists today. He’s won multiple awards and continues to climb the charts every time he produces a new album. And he’s been to Coachella. 

 

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