#TogetherAtHome Brings World-class Concerts to Your Home
Top artists come together to perform live from their home, entertaining fans while not breaking social distancing.
It’s hard not to feel like that the world has fallen under the gravity of the COVID-19 pandemic, as various industries, including music and entertainment, are shaken to the core by this global crisis. At every turn, big-name artists are forced to cancel their concerts and tours as well as stay at home due to social distancing practice.
After a while of not doing much at home, everyone gets bored, artists included. That’s why several of them are turning to live videos on social media. But a plain old post might be considered too boring these days.
To fix that, Global Citizen works with WHO to create the #TogetherAtHome social campaign. The project invites several world-famous icons to hold a virtual concert from their own homes. It’s looking to be great entertainment for fans around the world as well as a fun distraction for the artists themselves.
First on the lineup, after much demand on his fans’ part, is Coldplay’s Chris Martin. The full list of those joining this project includes many well-known names such as Shawn Mendes, Camila Cabello, Charlie Puth, John Legend, OneRepublic, and Lauv.
The main goal of #TogetherAtHome is to promote staying at home so that more people can help stop the spread of COVID-19. Another mission is to raise funds for the Solidarity Response Fund, which supports the efforts in the fight against COVID-19.
Bored to death from staying in? Feeling down after events and festivals of your favorite artists got canceled? Here are some virtual concerts delivered from the home of world-class acts to cheer you up!
See the links to the live performance of your favorite artist and get ready for an audio treat.
(In alphabetical order)
Amy Lee (Evanescence)
Chris Martin (Coldplay)
Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello
Years & Years
For more information on and donation channels for the #TogetherAtHome campaign, check out the links down below.