Upcoming livestreams allow artists to continue performing

Until artists are able to safely perform live in front of audiences, many are choosing to perform live in front of their computers. Here are some livestreams scheduled for the rest of the month to enjoy from the safety of your home.

Cold War Kids have a series of four livestreams coming up in collaboration with Portland, Maine’s State Theatre. On Oct. 10, they will perform their debut album, “Robbers & Cowards,” in its entirety for the first time since its release in 2007. To celebrate the release of their new album, “New Age Norms 2,” the band will be performing it live for the first time along with its predecessor, “New Age Norms 1,” on Oct. 25. 

On Nov. 8, the band will be performing their “festival set,” which is expected to be high-energy and full of hits. Finally, the band will introduce some deep cuts in an intimate performance on Nov. 22. Tickets can be purchased for $15 on nocapshows.com and shows will be archived to watch until Nov. 29. 

On Oct. 15, Glass Animals will be sharing a variety of old and new songs in a performance called, “Live In The Internet.” Their most recent album, “Dreamland,” was released on Aug. 7 and features singles such as the title track and “Heat Waves.” Tickets can be purchased on opensource.glassanimals.com for $17 with the option for a $32 VIP ticket that includes a commemorative poster. 

Hippo Campus will be performing live from First Avenue in Minneapolis for their two scheduled “Dream Streams” on Oct. 15 and Oct. 22. Both unique sets will feature old songs and new songs spanning from their first EP, “Bashful Creatures,” to their most recent album, “Bambi.” Tickets are available on noonchorus.com for $15.

On Oct. 16, Kevin Morby will be celebrating the release of his new album, “Sundowner,” by performing it live in its entirety for the first time. Since Sept. 10, Morby has been performing each of his albums every week and his performance of “Sundowner” will be the last of the livestream series. Tickets are available for $15 on noonchorus.com along with various merchandise packages. 

Be sure to stay updated on newly-announced livestream concerts and other ways to financially support your favorite artists in this time of need.

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