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The Music Never Stops: Virtual Concerts, DJ Sets, Dance Parties, and Classes
The Music Never Stops: Virtual Concerts, DJ Sets, Dance Parties, and Classes
Collection by Eventbrite
Live music lives mostly online these days, but if you're in need of a musical fix, there's still plenty of streaming concerts, virtual dance parties, vocal competitions, history lessons, and music-making classes to keep you dancing in your home.
The Music Never Stops: Virtual Concerts, DJ Sets, Dance Parties, and Classes
The Music Never Stops: Virtual Concerts, DJ Sets, Dance Parties, and Classes
The Music Never Stops: Virtual Concerts, DJ Sets, Dance Parties, and Classes
The Music Never Stops: Virtual Concerts, DJ Sets, Dance Parties, and Classes
Collection by Eventbrite
Live music lives mostly online these days, but if you're in need of a musical fix, there's still plenty of streaming concerts, virtual dance parties, vocal competitions, history lessons, and music-making classes to keep you dancing in your home.
Live music lives mostly online these days, but if you're in need of a musical fix, there's still plenty of streaming concerts, virtual dance parties, vocal competitions, history lessons, and music-making classes to keep you dancing in your home.

There's value in consistency, and CvsRadio1 has got you covered, bringing you DJ sets with the music of the Caribbean almost every day. Add the sounds of Online Reggae Radio to your routine and reap the benefits as they run you through the genre's past, present, and future.

Jamaica-American Bak has been hailed as "a star in the making," combining passion, energy, and authenticity in his chamber music recitals. The young phenom has already won several big prizes — and is sure to bring some warmth and light to the wintry season.

The Golden Age of Hollywood is renowned for its incredible imagery. But pioneers like Max Steiner — who worked with legends Humphrey Bogart and Bette Davis — also reinvented how movies sounded, and paved the way for today's cutting-edge technology.

The online Sole Channel has been “proudly serving house music since 2004,” so it’s got this streaming dance party thing down. Headed by California vocalist and production legend Mr. V, this donation-based Friday night party emanates great vibes.

Make a donation and board this welcoming and inclusive "Ecstatic Dance Journey," which challenges participants to open their hearts while moving their bodies to a set from Montreal's DJ Neerav twice a month.

Ready to grab your broomstick-microphone and scream, "Let me out"? We hear you, and you won't be the only one under pressure at this tribute love-fest, featuring "Bohemian Rhapsody," "Space Oddity," "We Are the Champions," and more.

DJ Miyuki has been in-demand for more than a decade at Las Vegas' biggest clubs. Now, she beams into your home every Friday and Saturday with her transcendent trance mixes.

DJ Prashant streams Bollywood tunes three nights a week, presenting mixtapes on Mondays, dance classes on Wednesdays, and a dance party on Friday nights — all via Twitch.

The superstar classical pianist is known for his wonderful interpretations of unfamiliar yet fascinating composers. In this program he takes on Szymanowska's "Nocturne in B flat major," accompanied by some Schubert and CPE Bach.

If you're itching to show off your vocals, read some poetry, or just tell a story to an audience, Open Mic NYC's new virtual event is here for you every Monday. Join up with other brave performers over Zoom to take your four minutes on the mic.

Jazz pianist Gerald Clayton and trumpeter Gilbert Castellanos stream a set from the Athenaeum Music & Arts Library in San Diego, building off of more than two decades of musical collaboration.

Want to know how to make your own beats on your computer or iPad? This class will teach you how to produce killer sounds with Garageband, and build fundamental skills with production software to help you edit, arrange, and write songs.

Up and coming jam rockers Dogs In A Pile return to the virtual Tree nightclub, this time performing live from High Peaks Studio in Saratoga Springs, NY.

A pair of absolute icons of outspoken '90s rock — Ani DiFranco and Liz Phair — speak with music journalist Margaret Wappler about gender, the music industry, and how songwriting evolves over time .

New Jersey funk band Waiting On Mongo will keep you dancing at home with a mix of original songs, classic covers, and plenty of improvised funk breakdowns.

Lo Faber, founder of the '90s jam band God Street Wine, took a detour to get a Ph. D. and teach as a college professor. He's back to making music these days, with a rootsy bent — adding lap steel and banjo to the mix.

Woman-owned artist management company Eclectica Division curates an evening of streaming performances from Philadelphia singer-songwriters and punk rockers, including Bel, Panic Sets In and Sara Henya.

Kentucky rock and soul band Magnolia Boulevard headlines this virtual nightclub on the heels of the group's recently released debut EP, "New Illusion," which was produced by famed guitar maker Paul Reed Smith.

Get out the Led with this acclaimed Zeppelin tribute band, which has earned the praise of legendary frontman Robert Plant. The group will stream a set filled with hits like "Kashmir" and "Whole Lotta Love" live from the Congress Theatre in Cwmbran, Wales.

London techno label GFR curates an evening of fresh sounds from international DJs, streaming live to your at-home dance floor. Don't forget to RSVP to ensure that you're on the (digital) guest list.

The audience gets to pick the songs during guitarist Tim Britt's Total Request Live show — just head to his website for a sampling of his many roots, rock, and soul covers.

The Grateful Dead were a different band depending on the year, and tribute act Diamond Eye Jack focuses on the band's peak 1970s sound, which included tight performances, exploratory jams, and a wide-ranging songbook.

Out of the Beardspace is a product of the School of Rock — literally. Members of the band met as teenagers at the music school and now host their own DIY Beardfest, for their cult audience of fans. Here, they'll play a show for you over Zoom.

Americana artist Seth Walker is now a published author with the release of his first memoir "Your Van Is On Fire," all about life on the road as a touring musician. After 2020, he probably has a new perspective on touring, which he can share during this virtual performance.

Got the blues? Let singer-guitarist JP Soars and hamronica player Rockin' Jake take your blues away with their soulful blend of roots music, live from the virtual Tree nightclub.

Singer-songwriter Leslie Mendelson dropped "If You Can’t Say Anything Nice …," during the first wave of the pandemic, serving as a balm for the times. She's since followed it up with the sparse, lovely single "Head & Heart," which may make an appearance during this virtual show.