The next weekend, a massive event of live broadcast of two days called Music Lives, will bring together more than 35 artists to raise funds for the relief Fund COVID-19 of MusiCares. Submitted by LiveXLive Media and TikTok, Music Lives begins on April 17 and will feature characters such as Swae Lee, Nas, J Balvin, Arcangel, and Curtis Roach. Between sets, the transmission will provide information on the coronavirus by leading experts, plus tips on how to stay healthy mentally and physically during the self-isolation. Music Lives are broadcast TikTok, as well as in LiveXLive.com and its applications.
Other artists and DJs confirmed for the event of marathon, which include Anitta, Brytiago, Gigolo and Excellent, The Funk Hunters, Tabi, DJ Bash, 10K.Caash, Not Suits, Matoma, Maddy O’neal, Dr. Fresch, Big Gigantic, Elephante, Fonseca, Eladio Carrion, DJ Pope, Nik West, Stefan Benz, Trippie Redd and Kevvo, among many others.
On Saturday, April 18, Music Lives will join forces with another event live streaming: A world: at home together. The transmission full of stars, which supports the health care workers of the first line and the WHO, will include appearances from artists such as Billie Eilish, Paul McCartney, Eddie Vedder, Lizzo and Lady Gaga, who helped heal the world concert. Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel and Stephen Colbert will host the special.
In an official statement, Dermot McCormack, president of LiveXLive, a platform for transmission events in vivo, said: “the world, including the music industry, has gone crazy in the last six weeks.” Community and connection are at the heart of the live music and our mission with Music Lives is to bring that heart to the comfort of the homes of people all over the world during this time of “social distancing”. It is not clear how long they will last these circumstances and this festival several days and several genera can become something more than a single event in a long period of significant programming. Along with TikTok and these incredible artists will join our global village with music. “
Music Lives will benefit the relief Fund COVID-19 of MusiCares, which was established by The Recording Academy and its charitable foundation affiliate, MusiCares, to provide direct support to the members of the music community who have been most affected by cancellations, closures and layoffs that have occurred in the midst of a global pandemic.
For more information about Music Lives, visit the official website.