Live Streams

Updated every Wednesday

We may be stuck indoors for now but there are still so many great artists putting on great live shows from the comfort of their own homes. There have been some truly amazing live-streams so far but it can be hard to find them all, so we’ve collated some that we’re really excited to see and listed below. All times in BST.

Samantha Fish

Friday 15th May – 6pm (Facebook)

“Join Samantha Fish every Friday for the next month on Facebook Live. Each week Samantha will talk about music, tour, play some tunes maybe even have a special guest. Tune in and Share!”

Pick up your tickets to see Samantha Fish live on her UK tour in March by clicking the book now button below.

BC Camplight

Friday 15th May – 7pm (Facebook)

“I will be doing a Facebook Live show from my kitchen EVERY Friday at 7pm until this storm passes. I know lot’s of people are doing these streams (which is great) but this is the real McCoy.”

Join in with BC Camplight’s live stream this Friday, and make sure to get your tickets for his Bristol and Nottingham shows this November!

The Tallest Man on Earth

Friday 15th May- 8pm (YouTube)

Join The Tallest Man On Earth every Friday for a sublime session on YouTube!


Friday 15th May – 9pm (Instagram)

“Looking forward to spending some time with you all. Be well.

The incredible LOW will be broadcasting weekly from their Instagram page! Something to really look forward to on Fridays.

The Front Bottoms

Friday 15th May – 10pm (Twitch)

Jason Isbell and Amanda Shires

Saturday 16th May – 1am (

.As Music City gives new meaning to live music, FANS is thrilled to announce An Acoustic Evening with Jason Isbell and Amanda Shires streaming live – with no audience – from Brooklyn Bowl Nashville on Friday, May 15 at 7PM CT.

This special evening will celebrate the forthcoming release of album Jason Isbell And The 400 Unit’s new album Reunions, and give us that dose of live music we’ve all been craving. It’s only fitting that two of Nashville’s very own will be the first two artists to perform at venue. Tune in for a first-look at Brooklyn Bowl Nashville and a long-awaited, very warm welcome to Jason and Amanda. While we can’t be together, let’s stream and support together: join us in supporting the team who makes the magic possible.

This livestream is free with a suggested donation to support Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit’s crew and the incredible efforts of MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund. Through the Spotify COVID-19 Music Relief project, Spotify will match all donations to MusiCares, dollar for dollar, up to a collective total of $10 million.

Courtney Barnett

Saturday 16th May– 10am (Instagram)

Enter Shikari, As It Is, Fatherson & More

Saturday 16th May from 8pm (

“Five4Five Fest is born as fans and bands alike face a summer without festivals. Given the immense strain the Covid-19 pandemic has placed on our NHS and the personal sacrifices and efforts being made by NHS staff, bands and music industry professionals have come together, pooling collective strengths with the aim of raising money, and having some fun.”

Bat For Lashes

Saturday 16th May – 9:30pm (veeps)

Natasha plays a set of Bat For Lashes material live from LA

Lewis Capaldi

Saturday 16th May– 8pm (DICE)

Lewis Capaldi is performing his debut album ‘Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent’ acoustically and in full, one year on from its original release, and in support of CALM – a mental health initiative based in the UK.

Join him live from his parent’s house in Bathgate, Scotland as he celebrates his album anniversary and an absolutely huge year. It will be the first time he plays the album in full and over a live stream, and we can’t wait.

BXBW (Inc Cherry Glazerr, IDLES, Sports Team and more)

Saturday 16th May from 8pm (



Sunday 17th May– 7pm (Facebook)


Drew Thomas

Sunday 17th May – 7:30pm (Facebook)

The Bodega: “Grantham-born Drew Thomas is this week’s Notts spotlight artist! Drew’s first class vocals and arena-sized melodies have seen him rack up plays online, and here he’ll join us for a stripped back set.”

Beans On Toast

Sunday 17th May – 8pm (Facebook)

Beans on Toast has just released his second single from lockdown. Written and recorded at home, Beans has produced the fantastic track Human Contact detailing how much he is missing everyone right now. The track is showcased with a great video from his show at BoomTown 2019 where over 8,000 people joined him for his annual 3pm Sunday performance.

He’ll be performing another Facebook Live stream on Sunday 17th May at 8pm BST.


Monday 18th May – 7pm (Instagram)

“🔥Coming V soon!🔥 A full schedule of instagram live programming from Metronomy. Featuring all of your past, present and future favourites”

More than just music. Tune in to Metronomy TV for cooking, drawing, darts and everything in-between.


Monday 18th May – 9pm (Instagram)

Head over to Orchards Instagram page at 11:45am on Mondays for some live goodness.

The band will be live in Nottingham at The Bodega on 6th September, you can grab some tickets for that show now too.

Nerina Pallot

Thursday 21st May – 8:00pm (YouTube)

“Join me over on YouTube at 8pm, where once you have clapped and cheered your hearts out for our amazing NHS and all who sail in her, we can spend an hour together with song, chat and online camaraderie.”

Don’t miss Nerina Pallot live when she heads out on tour in March 2021! You can up a ticket to her shows in London, Nottingham, Bristol and Manchester below.

Frank Turner

Thursday 21st May – 8:30pm (YouTube)

Frank Turner’ #IndependentVenueLove series continues


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