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We’re sure you’ll agree with us when we say that the thrill of live music is completely unrivaled. But as we all know, getting yourself down to a show is sometimes easier said than done. Which is why we’re spotlighting nine of the best upcoming concert livestreams that you can enjoy wherever you are in the world. From Poppy and Dorothy to Kings Of Leon and Kurt Vile, here’s proof you don’t need to leave your couch to bring down the house.

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Kings Of Leon

When: Saturday, July 2

Where: O2 Arena, London, UK

Why you can’t miss it: Front row seats to witness one of contemporary rock’s biggest names don’t come around often, and Kings Of Leon – playing in London’s biggest indoor concert venue – will no doubt pull out all the stops to mark the occasion.

Tickets: $20, from Veeps

Sleaford Mods

When: Saturday, April 30

Where: Teragram Ballroom, CA

Why you can’t miss it: One of the most incendiary voices to come out of Britain this side of the Sex Pistols, Sleaford Mods head to California with songs none more befitting for these crazy times.

Tickets: $16, from FlyMachine


When: Saturday, April 30

Where: House Of Blues Chicago, IL

Why you can’t miss it: Hard rocker Dorothy is reborn on new album Gifts From The Holy Ghost, and this show live from Chicago will give audiences worldwide their very first taste of the raucous new music.

Tickets: $12, from Veeps


When: Thursday, May 26

Where: House Of Blues San Diego, CA

Why you can’t miss it: If there’s one thing we’ve come to expect over the years from Poppy, it’s the unexpected. But one thing’s for certain: This latest headline run in support of  2021 album Flux is sure to bring the house down.

Tickets: $18, from Veeps

Sublime With Rome

When: Saturday, April 30

Where: Red Rocks Amphitheatre, CO

Why you can’t miss it: Before hitting the road on their summer tour with Incubus, Sublime With Rome are putting on a special show at the historic Red Rocks Amphitheatre. The livestream is sure to give fans an up-close preview of what they can expect to see on tour.

Tickets: $20, from Mandolin

Kurt Vile And The Violators

When: Sunday, May 1

Where: Ryman Auditorium, TN

Why you can’t miss it: Recorded across the COVID-19 pandemic, Kurt Vile’s recent (watch my moves) album is the kind of comforting Americana to retreat into as you block out the world. As Vile takes its 15 songs out on the road for an extensive global tour, you can welcome him into your own home as he hits “Music City, USA.”

Tickets: $15, from Mandolin

Car Seat Headrest

When: Saturday, April 30

Where: The Wiltern, CA

Why you can’t miss it: Car Seat Headrest returned with a bang when they released Making A Door Less Open, their first new music in four years. Experience the magic for yourself when the band play Los Angeles venue The Wiltern – all from the comfort of your own home.

Tickets: $20, from Veeps


When: Sunday, May 1

Where: The Fillmore, PA

Why you can’t miss it: LP’s recent genre-bending Churches album – released at the tail end of 2021 – was perhaps the most confident statement of intent to date from the American singer-songwriter. Watching the artist bring those songs to life onstage is sure to be similarly enthralling.

Tickets: $15, from Veeps

Kikagaku Moyo

When: Tuesday, May 24

Where: Thalia Hall, IL

Why you can’t miss it: Ten years ago, Kikagaku Moyo’s folk-laced take on psych-rock helped reinvigorate the Japanese psych scene. With one final album to come ahead of their announced hiatus, this livestream is a chance to say farewell to true innovators. 

Tickets: $25, from FlyMachine