Mar 30, 2020

How To Host Coldplay, Luke Combs, and MORE in YOUR Living Room!

by Delaney Howard


During these trying times, we certainly have not run out of resources to keep ourselves entertained. Everyone has been talking about what they’re watching on Netflix, or what new music they’re listening to. Additionally, some of our favorite artists have taken to livestreaming a concert from the comfort of their own homes. For your viewing pleasure, we’ve compiled a list of the best live-at-home concerts so far!

First on our list is none other than Coldplay’s Chris Martin! As part of Global Citizen’s #TogetherAtHome concert series, Chris performed multiple songs on an Instagram live. Fans were able to delight in the live music for 30 minutes, and he did not disappoint. 

John Legend also took to Instagram as a part of #TogetherAtHome. Joined by his wife, Christine Teigen, he played music at his piano for nearly an hour. There was not a boring moment with those two, to say the least. 

With his red solo cup at the ready, Luke Combs delighted country fans by performing a 20-minute set of songs from his What You See Is What You Get album and more.  

Niall Horan has been known to take to Instagram live, whether he had a guitar in his lap or not. Another performance for Global Citizen’s concert series, Niall came prepared with a 35-minute set list of new and old songs.  

Two is better than one! Together, Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello performed on Shawn’s Instagram live. Much to the delight of their fans, Shawn rocked the guitar while the pair sang together. 

Additionally, Live Nation has created a reoccuring series: Live at Home. Here you can catch hundreds of performances from every genre under the sun. You're sure to find the artists you love, and even stumble upon some brand new favorites.

Last, but certainly not least, Sam Smith post a video of themself singing "How Do You Sleep?" The beautiful a capella version of the song, paired with a loving message from Sam, makes for a calming experience. 

Those are just some of our favorites, but there are so many more out there. Billboard has an up-to-date list of all the livestreams our favorite celebrities have been doing, branching out from just at home concerts.  

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