Live stream gigs and DJ sets this weekend: From Lewis Capaldi to Katy Perry!
Music fans are in for another treat this weekend, with a series of live-streamed gigs and DJ sets coming our way.
One of the country’s biggest pop stars is going acoustic to celebrate a big anniversary, while a video-chatting platform is hosting a star-studded festival.
Elsewhere, there are archive sets from throwback favourites, charity DJ marathons and plenty more.
Here’s where to tune in.
The chart-topping Scot is marking the first anniversary of his debut album Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent by performing the whole thing acoustically for the first time. Tickets for this one are a fiver, with the show in aid of suicide prevention charity CALM.
8pm, Saturday, dice.fm
Katy Perry will perform a stripped-back version of her new song, Daisies, along with previous hits Roar and Never Really Over as part of Amazon’s live-stream series. 6pm, Friday, Amazon Live
In The House
Video-chatting app Houseparty has invited some big names to take part in its three-day festival, In The House. Alicia Keys, Bad Bunny and Doja Cat are among the musicians dropping by, with Zooey Deschanel and Terry Crews also locked in. Friday-Sunday, houseparty.com
Prince and the Revolution: Live
There’s a new Prince live album on the way, captured at a show during the icon’s Purple Rain at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse, New York, in 1985. The whole thing will be streamed on YouTube, kicking off with a pre-show Q&A featuring original band member Bobby Z and Prince expert Adnrea Swensson. The show itself begins at 1am on Thursday night/Friday morning. From midnight, Thursday night/Friday morning, YouTube
80s LockdownFest Throw things back in a big way with this festival — Wet Wet Wet, Midge Ure and Jason Donovan are among those set to perform, with Pat Shar and Dave Benson Phillips on hosting duties. The night will help to raise funds for the charity Child Bereavement UK.
7pm, Saturday, YouTube
Glitterbox is back for yet another of its widely loved live streams. This time round, The Shapeshifters, Nightmares On Wax, Kiddy Smile and Late Nite Tuff Guy are among those to helm the decks. 2pm-11pm, Friday, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Twitch
Don Broco and Enter Shikari are the headline acts at this two-day festival, which is asking viewers to make a £5 donation to NHS Charities Together if they can. Time TBC, Friday-Saturday, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram
Campaign group Music Against Animal Cruelty is teaming up with electronic music hub Beatport for this marathon stream, with a heavy-hitting DJ line-up: expect sets from Adam Beyer, Ida Engberg, Loco Dice, Danny Tenaglia and more. Time TBC, Saturday, Twitch, beatport.com
Get a good dose of jazz with this stream, featuring London saxophonist Camilla George. The at-home performance is being broadcast in partnership with live music producer Serious. 7pm, Friday, Facebook, YouTube
Genesis Film Festival
Prog rock fans should tune in for this one, which is the latest in a series of streams by Genesis over on their YouTube channel. Each Saturday, the band are uploading footage from the archives — last week, it was their 1992 show at Earl’s Court during the We Can’t Dance tour.
Time TBC, Saturday, YouTube
This isn’t a concert, but The Killers will be taking to YouTube for a live Q&A, fielding fan queries on their upcoming album Imploding The Mirage and more. 5pm, Friday, YouTube