As lockdown continues in the foreseeable future, we’ve compiled a list of current and upcoming livestream shows and festivals you can stream from your home into one article. Be sure to come back here everyday for updates.

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Friday, June 5 – Sunday, June 7

BigCityBeats World Club Dome Digital Weekend 2020

BigCityBeats - World Club Dome Drive-In

See also: BigCityBeats’ WORLD CLUB DOME Digital Weekend to feature world’s largest drive-in festival in Germany

BigCityBeats have announced that they will be hosting the World Club Dome Digital Weekend with a series of three events from Friday, June 5 – Sunday, June 7. The weekend festival includes the next iteration of the World Club Dome Drive-In edition on Saturday, June 6. The special Las Vegas edition is scheduled to take place at the enormous parking lot of the Maimarkthalle Mannheim nightclub.

The event is said to be the largest car drive-in festival in Germany, with the nightclub car park being able to provide spaces for up to 600 cars. The festival will contain a spectacular live show with pyrotechnics, lasers and CO2 cannons as well as incredible lineup of international DJs including Armin van Buuren, Afrojack, David Guetta, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Robin Schulz, Steve Aoki and Timmy Trumpet, and more.

A digital release party will be held prior to the drive-in concert on Friday, June 5. The party will be celebrating the release of BigCityBeats World Club Dome Vol. 32 which will be streamed live at 6pm on World Club Dome’s website as well as 8pm on YOU.FM.

A finale will be held a day after on Sunday, June 7 with the digital edition of WCD Pool Sessions from the Stadionbad in Frankfurt. A handpicked selection of DJs and exclusive sets will be delivering a perfect summer finish starting at 12pm, with the virtual Main Stage beginning at 6pm where fans can enjoy their electronic music with a fireworks display.

Sunday, May 31

Lollapalooza – Perry’s Power Hour: San Holo (Lollapalooza USA 2019)

See also: Lollapalooza to Live Stream Past Sets Every Week

Lollapallooza is ready to take music lovers back in time by releasing two live stream sets from their archives every week with ‘Lolla From The Vault’ and ‘Perry’s Power Hour’. The announcement was made by the Chicago-based music festival as the ongoing coronavirus outbreak continues to put many music festivals around the world on hold.

The next concert to live stream from ‘Perry’s Power Hour’ is San Holo’s concert set from Lollapalooza USA 2019. The throwback concert set will be available to stream from the Lollapalooza website as well as on YouTube.

Shamanic Tales Live Stream Sunday

Get ready for Shamanic Tales Records live stream night this Sunday from the 'Pop and Pope' @ Ha'arba'a Towers (Hagag…

Posted by Shamanic Tales Records on Thursday, 28 May 2020

Psytrance DJ/producer Astrix’s Shamanic Tales Records will be hosting a livestream sessions featuring the label’s artists. The livestream takes place at the ‘Pop and Pope’ in Ha’arba’a Towers in Tel Aviv.

Saturday, May 30

David Guetta: United At Home – Fundraising Live From New York

See also: David Guetta announces second edition of ‘United At Home’ fundraising livestream

David Guetta has announced that he will be hosting his second edition of the ‘United At Home’ livestream event in New York City on Saturday, May 30. Details of the venue are kept a secret until the day of the stream.

The livestream is set to begin at 7pm EDT (7pm New York/4pm Los Angeles/12am London/1am Paris/3am Dubai/8am Tokyo) across a variety of platforms including Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, Twitch, and TikTok.

Donations made during the stream will go to the World Health Organization (WHO), Feeding America, the Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City, and the Fondation Hôpitaux de Paris-Hôpitaux de France (French Foundation Hospital).

Tone Online Music Festival

See also: Hong Kong announces Tone Online Music Festival

Creative talents and organisers within Hong Kong’s local music scene have united together to launch their upcoming online streaming festival – the Tone Online Music Festival – on May 30.

The line-up features a wide selection of Hong Kong’s indie acts and talents including RubberBand, Serrini, Jan Curious & tombeats, Matt Force, Life Was All Silence, Rain In Time 及時雨, Stereo Is The Answer, Gigi & Sabrina, and BubbleVirus.

The event will begin at 4pm till late. Tickets are available to purchase here on a pay whatever you want basis from HKD$100 – HKD$1,000.

The festival will be available to stream on Happy Kongner’s YouTube channel, organiser This Town Needs’ Facebook page, and KKBOX’s Facebook page.

Friday, May 29

Golden Hour Festival Presented by Kygo

See also: Kygo to celebrate upcoming album release with Golden Hour Festival

Kygo took to social media on Tuesday, May 26 to announce his online event, the Golden Hour Festival, will be streaming live this coming Friday, May 29. The livestream festival, which is in partnership with the LiveXLive streaming platform and the Palm Tree Crew, will coincide with the release of the tropical house DJ’s third album Golden Hour.

The event will raise funds for charitable organizations such as WooXBaby2Baby, Crew Nation, and the WHO’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.

The Golden Hour Festival will begin at 4pm ET/10pm CEST and will be available for viewing on the LiveXLive streaming platform as well as Kygo’s YouTube page.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LxxEb_2Mf7E

Meerkat Music Presents: Take That & Robbie Williams

Streaming straight from their homes to yours, UK pop group Take That will perform alongside former bandmate Robbie Williams on the CompareTheMeerkat YouTube channel. Supporting act is a meerkat in a dressing gown.

Spinnin’ x 1001 Tracklists ID Sessions

Spinnin’ Records have partnered up with 1001Tracklists to bring an interesting series of  livestream DJ sets – every set will only feature unreleased ID tracks. How many IDs can you guess?

Thursday, May 28

Radiohead – Live at the Astoria (May 1994)

See also: Radiohead To Upload Past Concert Films on YouTube for Fans

To help ease self-quarantine woes for fans during the COVID-19 crisis, Radiohead have uploaded past concert films on their YouTube channel as well as through their own Radiohead Public Library. The band plans to upload one concert per week on the video sharing website until the quarantine has been lifted or they run out of content.

The latest concert to be released by the alt rock band from their archives onto YouTube is their Live at the Astoria performance on May 27, 1994. The concert is notable for including brand new songs being heard for the first time. These songs would then be included on their second album The Bends released ten months later after the concert.

Monday, May 25

Metallica: Live in Lima, Peru (March 20, 2014)

Metallica launched their ongoing weekly ‘Metallica Mondays’ as a way to keep metal fans entertained during the quarantine restrictions of COVID-19. Every Monday, the band will release a past concert set from their archives onto YouTube. Fans are able to stream the concert at 5pm PT / 8pm ET.

This week’s concert set is their 2014 performance from Lima, Peru.

Sunday, May 24

SiriusXM: Virtual DisDance Festival – Day 3

See also: SiriusXM’s first-ever ‘Virtual DisDance Festival’ kicks off this weekend

SiriusXM will be premiering their first livestream event, the ‘Virtual DisDance Festival’, this weekend on Friday, May 22 – Sunday, May 24. The festival, which takes place on the Memorial Day Weekend holiday in the U.S., will air on the American radio company’s BPM Channel.

The Chainsmokers, the DJ duo best known for EDM mega-hits such as ‘Closer’ and ‘Something Just Like This’, will be hosting the three-day festival, and features a massive line-up of some of the biggest acts in the electronic dance music scene.

Day 3’s line-up includes Armin van Buuren, 3LAU, Cash Cash, CID, Don Diablo, Galantis, Joyryde, Kygo, Major Lazer, Martin Garrix, Sam Feldt, Sikdope, Yellow Claw, and Young Bombs.

All proceeds made from the virtual festival will benefit the MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund which will help support music industry workers affected by the coronavirus.

The broadcast is available to all SiriusXM subscribers. Non-subscribers can take advantage of the free trial through May 31.

Saturday, May 23

W&W: 20XX – XR Livestream

W&W 20XX – XR Livestream | May 23! 🎹🔥

Posted by W&W on Tuesday, 12 May 2020

See also: W&W to play the world’s first-ever extended reality (XR) livestream

W&W have teamed up with Amsterdam-based promoter ALDA Events to bring a special show to the dance community in what is known as the world’s first extended reality (XR) livestream show on May 23.

Expect mind-blowing special effects and new music during the DJ pair’s special livestream set.

The show will take place inside the Li-Ning Arena virtual stadium which is named after Chinese sports brand, and one of the show’s partners, Li-Ning. The event is also a fundraising effort as both W&W and ALDA have partnered up with UNICEF to donate proceeds to communities affected by the coronavirus outbreak.

The XR event will be streamed live on Facebook and Twitch on Saturday, May 23 at 5pm CEST.

SiriusXM: Virtual DisDance Festival – Day 2

See also: SiriusXM’s first-ever ‘Virtual DisDance Festival’ kicks off this weekend

SiriusXM will be premiering their first livestream event, the ‘Virtual DisDance Festival’, this weekend on Friday, May 22 – Sunday, May 24. The festival, which takes place on the Memorial Day Weekend holiday in the U.S., will air on the American radio company’s BPM Channel.

The Chainsmokers, the DJ duo best known for EDM mega-hits such as ‘Closer’ and ‘Something Just Like This’, will be hosting the three-day festival, and features a massive line-up of some of the biggest acts in the electronic dance music scene.

Day 2’s line-up includes Alison Wonderland, Duke & Jones, Gryffin, Kaskade, Krewella, Lost Kings, Loud Luxury, Love Regenerator (Calvin Harris), Paul Oakenfold, Steve Aoki, Tiësto, and Tritonal.

There will also be an exclusive and unreleased DJ set by the late Avicii which will air at 5pm ET. The exclusive performance was recorded at a private company event in 2011.

All proceeds made from the virtual festival will benefit the MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund which will help support music industry workers affected by the coronavirus.

The broadcast is available to all SiriusXM subscribers. Non-subscribers can take advantage of the free trial through May 31.

Elements Music & Arts Festival: U Sexy Beach Digital Dance Party – Day 2 

Elements Music & Arts Festival - U Sexy Beach

The Elements Music and Arts Festival in Lakewood, Pennsylvania was originally scheduled to occur this weekend (May 22-25), however, the event was postponed due to the ongoign coronavirus outbreak. As a result, the festival has teamed up with music website Dancing Astronaut to bring a livestream digital beach party titled ‘U Sexy Beach’ for viewers to tune in this weekend (May 22-23) instead.

The two-day livestream event features a huge lineup of bass-heavy electronic music artists featuring Claude VonStroke and Rusko as headliners. In addition to DJ sets, there will also be interactive and visual performances from artists MokiBaby, Joe Winograd and more.

All proceeds made from the event will go towards purchasing personal protective equipment for hospitals and health workers affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. All donors will earn the chance to win prizes including VIP tickets and backstage passes for the rescheduled festival dates of Elements Music & Arts Festival which is set to take place on September 25-28.

You can tune in to the beach party on the festival’s website, Facebook and Twitch channel. Attendees will also be able to join on the fun through the Zoom app.

Friday, May 22

SiriusXM: Virtual DisDance Festival – Day 1

See also: SiriusXM’s first-ever ‘Virtual DisDance Festival’ kicks off this weekend

SiriusXM will be premiering their first livestream event, the ‘Virtual DisDance Festival’, this weekend on Friday, May 22 – Sunday, May 24. The festival, which takes place on the Memorial Day Weekend holiday in the U.S., will air on the American radio company’s BPM Channel.

The Chainsmokers, the DJ duo best known for EDM mega-hits such as ‘Closer’ and ‘Something Just Like This’, will be hosting the three-day festival, and features a massive line-up of some of the biggest acts in the electronic dance music scene.

Day 1’s line-up includes Above & Beyond, Afrojack, Alesso, Dabin, Deadmau5, Marshmello, MK, Nicky Romero, Oliver Heldens, Slushii, and Valentino Khan.

All proceeds made from the virtual festival will benefit the MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund which will help support music industry workers affected by the coronavirus.

The broadcast is available to all SiriusXM subscribers. Non-subscribers can take advantage of the free trial through May 31.

Elements Music & Arts Festival: U Sexy Beach Digital Dance Party – Day 1 

Elements Music & Arts Festival - U Sexy Beach

The Elements Music and Arts Festival in Lakewood, Pennsylvania was originally scheduled to occur this weekend (May 22-25), however, the event was postponed due to the ongoign coronavirus outbreak. As a result, the festival has teamed up with music website Dancing Astronaut to bring a livestream digital beach party titled ‘U Sexy Beach’ for viewers to tune in this weekend (May 22-23) instead.

The two-day livestream event features a huge lineup of bass-heavy electronic music artists featuring Claude VonStroke and Rusko as headliners. In addition to DJ sets, there will also be interactive and visual performances from artists MokiBaby, Joe Winograd and more.

All proceeds made from the event will go towards purchasing personal protective equipment for hospitals and health workers affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. All donors will earn the chance to win prizes including VIP tickets and backstage passes for the rescheduled festival dates of Elements Music & Arts Festival which is set to take place on September 25-28.

You can tune in to the beach party on the festival’s website, Facebook and Twitch channel. Attendees will also be able to join on the fun through the Zoom app.

Gareth Emery Unplugged: Digital Concert Experience

Earlier this month, trance producer Gareth Emery held his DECADE pay-per-view live stream event which featured a four-hour live set of the DJ’s fan-favourite classic tunes from the past ten years.

The beat maestro is following it up with another pay-per-view event titled ‘Unplugged’. As one can guess from the title of the event, the upcoming Friday performance will feature Emery performing all of his hits on the piano live. He will be accompanied by trance vocalists such as Annabel, CHristina Novelli, Emily Vaugh, Emma Hewitt, and many more. Fans will know that these vocalists are featured artists in Emery’s trance music productions.

Expect to hear intimate renditions of the artist’s tracks when the livestream begins at 7.30pm. The concert will start off with an hour-long warm-up chill-out set from Emery.

The concert will limited capacity, so those who would love to see the performance should reserve their tickets ASAP. Ticket information can be found here.

You can watch the trailer below.

Thursday, May 21

Radiohead – The King of Limbs From The Basement (December 2011)

See also: Radiohead To Upload Past Concert Films on YouTube for Fans

To help ease self-quarantine woes for fans during the COVID-19 crisis, Radiohead have uploaded past concert films on their YouTube channel as well as through their own Radiohead Public Library. The band plans to upload one concert per week on the video sharing website until the quarantine has been lifted or they run out of content.

The latest concert to be released by the alt rock band is their The King of Limbs From THe Basement which is a live performance of their eight studio album The King of Limbs. The performance was recorded at London’s Maida Vale Studios.

Tuesday, May 19

Billboard Live At-Home Concert – Shaggy

Tuesday’s ‘Billboard Live At-Home’ featured reggae artist Shaggy to raise funds for Direct Relief. The livestream had the Jamaican singer re-record three songs – ‘It Wasn’t Me’, ‘Banana’, and ‘Angel’ – as well as his most-streamed tracks from his 2000 album Hot Shot.

The re-recorded songs are for his upcoming 2020 album reissue which is scheduled for release on July 10. Four new songs will also be added to the album including ‘Primavera’ which features The Police frontman Sting.

Watch Shaggy’s entire Billboard Live At-Home set below, and donate to Direct Relief here.

https://www.facebook.com/watch/live/?v=560218801362452&ref=external

Joris Voorn – La Rêve Livestream Replay

Joris Voorn uploaded his Garden Sessions #2 live set courtesy of La Rêve Amsterdam from Friday, May 8. Enjoy the deep and progressive house set from the Dutch DJ’s channel below.

Factor B Presents ‘Highlandr’ – Live from the Canals of Amsterdam City 2020

Australia’s uplifting trance DJ and producer Factor B goes on a musical journey through the canals of Amsterdam under his new alias as HIGHLANDR.

Monday, May 18

Billboard Live At-Home Concert – Tiffany

For this week, Billboard will continue hosting their ‘Billboard Live At-Home’ series with new daily sets from artists. The series launched on March 19, and has helped charities such as Meals on Wheels America, Downtown Women’s Center, My Friend’s Place, and more.

For Monday, they invited American singer Tiffany to help raise money for The Global FoodBanking Network.

During the livestream, the singer, along with her guitarist and tour manager Mark Alberici, discuss touring plans for the future as well as reflecting on her previous tour for her 2018 album Pieces of Me. They also performed unreleased acoustic songs from their upcoming Pieces of Me: Unplugged album to help ease fans during quarantine. The acoustic album will be released on Friday, May 22 via Outright Rock Records.

Donate to The Global FoodBanking Network here.

Metallica: Live in Chicago, Illinois – August 12, 1983

Metallica launched their ongoing weekly ‘Metallica Mondays’ as a way to keep metal fans entertained during the quarantine restrictions of COVID-19. Every Monday, the band will release a past concert set from their archives onto YouTube. Fans are able to stream the concert at 5pm PT / 8pm ET.

This week, the metal band takes fans back to the very beginning with a performance in Chicago, Illinois on August 12, 1983. This concert set took place weeks after the release of the band’s very first LP Kill ‘Em All which captures the band in their most raw form.

 

Sunday, May 17

EDC Las Vegas: Virtual Rave-A-Thon – Day 3

Event organiser Insomniac have revealed their lineup for their EDC Las Vegas edition of their Virtual Rave-A-Thon series. A ton of renowned electronic music artists are scheduled to perform over the three-day event on Friday, May 15 – Sunday, May 17 at 5pm-2am each day.

The final day features notable DJs such as Duke Dumont, Tokimonsta, David Guetta, Afrojack, Seven Lions, Yellow Claw, 12th Planet, among others.

The livestream event is in partnership with In Place of War to promote their Rave Recovery relief fund. The proceeds will support the dance music community affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

You can catch all the performances on tv.insomniac.com or on their YouTube channel.

Saturday, May 16

EDC Las Vegas: Virtual Rave-A-Thon – Day 2

Event organiser Insomniac have revealed their lineup for their EDC Las Vegas edition of their Virtual Rave-A-Thon series. A ton of renowned electronic music artists are scheduled to perform over the three-day event on Friday, May 15 – Sunday, May 17 at 5pm-2am each day.

Day 2 features sets from Whethan, Wax Motif, Benny Benassi, Kaskade, Don Diablo, KSHMR, Flosstradamus, Vini Vici, i_o, and more. Renowned tech house DJ-producer Nicole Moudaber will play the closing set.

The livestream event is in partnership with In Place of War to promote their Rave Recovery relief fund. The proceeds will support the dance music community affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

You can catch all the performances on tv.insomniac.com or on their YouTube channel.

Budweiser Rewind: Black Eyed Peas – Live From L.A.

American brewery have announced a new livestream concert series titled ‘Budweiser Rewind’ which will premiere on YouTube. The first concert show will be a live performance by hip-hop group the Black-Eyed Peas at frontman will.i.am’s studio in Los Angeles.

The series will take advantage of the YouTube’s live chat feature where fans can interact with rthe artists directly and even suggest songs for them to perform during their set.

Beatport and MACC Present: Wild Digital

See also: Beatport and Music Against Animal Cruelty to Host ‘Wild Digital’ Livestream Marathon

Charity organisation Music Against Animal Cruelty (MAAC) have partnered up with Beatport to host a virtual livestream marathon on Saturday, May 16. Titled ‘Wild Digital’, the livestream event features a lineup of DJ talents from the house and techno scenes including Loco Dice, Danny Tenaglia, Dubfire, Art Department, Mathew Jonson, wAFF, Cassy, Cici, Dennis Ferrer, as well as a B2B set from techno power couple Adam Beyer and Ida Engberg.

The livestream will premiere on Beatport’s Twitch channel at 4pm GMT. All proceeds made during the event will support the organisation’s wildlife conservation efforts. These include rhino monitoring and anti-poaching in South Africa, protecting lions in Kenyan communities as well as snow leopards in Nepal, providing essential food and care for orangutans in Central Kalimantan Borneo, and reducing wildlife trade in China.

Minecraft: Blockeley Music Festival

See also: UC Berkeley to host online graduation ceremony with Blockeley Music Festival in Minecraft

What started out as a simple graduation party for UC Berkeley’s graduating class of 2020, a team of the public university’s seniors and alumni are hosting the Blockeley Music Festival within Minecraft. The two-day event is the biggest music festival within the video game to date featuring a lineup of over 40+ of the biggest EDM artists including Sam Feldt, Cash Cash, Vini Vici, Bakermat, Michael Calfan, Brooks, EDX, Dannic, and many more.

Founded by students Elliot Choi, Luis Juarez, Nick Pickett and Bjorn Lustic, and produced by production team OS Studios, the festival features a 1:1 replica of the UC Berkeley campus within the game built by a team of volunteer engineers and builders.

The festival will kick off this Friday, May 16 at 4pm PST – Saturday, May 17 at 10am PST. All proceeds made from the festival will support COVID-19 relief funds.

Nightclub brand ONE THIRD, a partner of the music festival, will be broadcasting the event in China exclusively through their Official Douyin livestream channels.

Music First Night Music First Night

Trance DJ agency and events company Music First Agency hosted their first ‘Music First Night’ livestream event featuring top trance artists John O’Callaghan, Bryan Kearney, Sneijder, Craig Connelly and Giuseppe Ottaviani.

All of the sets are embedded below.

Friday, May 15

EDC Las Vegas: Virtual Rave-A-Thon – Day 1

Event organiser Insomniac have revealed their lineup for their EDC Las Vegas edition of their Virtual Rave-A-Thon series. A ton of renowned electronic music artists are scheduled to perform over the three-day event on Friday, May 15 – Sunday, May 17 at 5pm-2am each day.

Day 1 kicks off with a B2B set from NGHTMRE and Ghastly, followed by sets from notable artists such as k?d, Claude VonStroke, Tchami, ZHU, Oliver Heldens, and more.

The livestream event is in partnership with In Place of War to promote their Rave Recovery relief fund. The proceeds will support the dance music community affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

You can catch all the performances on tv.insomniac.com or on their YouTube channel.

Nakadia: Weekend Club Live Stream

Thailand’s techno queen Nakadia will be performing a two-hour live set on the roof of Berlin’s Weekend Club. The livestream is a part of Italian artist management agency Beat of Life’s techno live stream series which will be gathering over 80+ techno social media pages to live stream the event.

The set will begin at 8pm GMT(+7).

Thursday, May 14

BTS: BANG BANG CON The Live

K-pop boy band BTS have announced their upcoming pay-per-view concert BANG BANG CON The Live. The 90-minute online concert will premiere at 5am EST, and coincides with the group’s seventh anniversary of their debut. Expect to hear details for the following special concert after BANG BANG CON The Live in the coming weeks on the group’s Weverse platform.

Earlier this year, the popular K-pop group released their latest album Map of the Soul: 7 in February, and were scheduled to support the release with a world tour until they had to postpone due to the coronavirus outbreak.

DIMENSION²: Hardstyle Live Stream Experience

Belgian hardstyle record label Dirty Workz launched their audio-visual live stream experience, ‘DIMENSION²’, with a two-hour live set by two of the label’s DJs Psyko Punkz and Mandy. Both DJs performed in a virtual 3D world filled with real time lighting and special effects. The live stream began at 8pm CEST and ended at 10pm CEST.

Radiohead – Live at Summer Sonic (August 2016)

See also: Radiohead To Upload Past Concert Films on YouTube for Fans

To help ease self-quarantine woes for fans during the COVID-19 crisis, Radiohead have uploaded past concert films on their YouTube channel as well as through their own Radiohead Public Library. The band plans to upload one concert per week on the video sharing website until the quarantine has been lifted or they run out of content.

The latest concert to be released by the alt rock band is their 2016 performance at Japan’s Summer Sonic in Chiba prefecture.

Coke Studio Sessions: Echosmith / Daya / Kaskade Live from Grand Canyon Sidewalk

Coca Cola kicked off their 60-day long series of live music performances as part of a partnership between the giant beverage company and newly launched streaming platform #BeApp. The first day of the stream featured performances from indie pop band Echosmith at 7pm EST, singer-songwriter Daya at 8pm EST, and American DJ Kaskade at 9pm EST. Kaskade’s performance took place at the picturesque Grand Canyon Skywalk.

Over the next few months, #BeApp will stream over 100 performances to support theInternational Red Cross and the Red Crescent Movement. Viewers tuning in can donate to each of these charitable causes for COVID-19 relief efforts.

You can join the livestreams on #BeApp as well as on the Coca-Cola YouTube channel and Facebook page.

Check out all three performances below:

Monday, May 11

Metallica: Live in Nickelsdorf, Austria (June 10, 2012)

Metallica launched their ongoing weekly ‘Metallica Mondays’ as a way to keep metal fans entertained during the quarantine restrictions of COVID-19. The eighth entry is 2012 live concert in Nickelsdorf, Austria where the band celebrated their 20th anniversary of their critically acclaimed The Black Album.

Tune in on their YouTube channel at 5pm PST/8pm EDT every Monday for a new show from the band’s archives.

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