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In this unprecedented public health emergency, concerts of all sizes have been cancelled or postponed around the world. Minnesota musicians are among those connecting with audiences online as artists and fans practice the social distance required to slow the spread of COVID-19. It’s a scary time, but as in other tough times, people are turning to musicians and other artists to lend comfort and inspiration.
If you’re an artist planning a virtual gig online, or if you’re a fan aware of an upcoming performance, please use this form to let us know! We’re especially on the lookout for Minnesota artists’ virtual shows, but are happy to include any artist of interest to The Current’s audience. All times below are CDT.
Summer Camp Virtual Festival: moe, Umphrey's McGee, Andy Frasco & the U.N. and more: all day on Summer Camp Festival website
One Earth Live: John Butler, Michael Franti, Nahko, Trevor Hall, FINK, Rising Appalachia, Mike Love, Krishna Das and more: 8:45 a.m. on One Earth Live website
Tess Wiley: 11 a.m. on Facebook
Kishi Bashi: noon on Instagram
DelFest At Home: past performances including Sierra Hull, the Wood Brothers, Leftover Salmon and the Infamous Stringdusters: 1:30 – 10:30 p.m. on Nugs TV, YouTube and Facebook; see schedule on festival website
Gaelynn Lea: 2 p.m. on YouTube
Rhett Miller: 2 p.m. on StageIt
The Rolling Stones: 2 p.m. on YouTube
The Struts: 2 p.m. on YouTube
The Quebe Sisters: 3 p.m. on YouTube, Twitch and Facebook
Dan Navarro: 4 p.m. on Facebook and YouTube
American Aquarium: 7 p.m. on Instagram
Widespread Panic: 7 p.m. on Nugs TV
Deep Sea Diver: 9 p.m. on Instagram
John Mayer: 9 p.m. on Instagram
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