RiotACT Gig Guide (25 – 31 March): Live streams from around the internet

Hayden Fritzlaff 19 June 2020 2
Photograph of Groovy Daughter on pink background

Groovy Daughter is set to perform at Isol-Aid Festival 2 this Satuday. Photo: Claire Warren

The music industry’s journey into the unknown continues this week.

Now that in-person events have unambiguously become impossible, the internet finds itself brimming with live streams, taped sessions, and other creative activities to keep music-lovers occupied in their self-isolation.

One of the unexpected side effects of the current COVID-19 crisis is that performing artists all around the world are now engaging in the same space. It means that audiences have the choice to watch live performances from internationally renowned artists or to tune in to catch local acts, all without getting up from the couch.

There are some intriguing streams happening in internet land this week. We’ve handpicked a few locally-run events for you to check out. Scroll to the bottom for a full, up-to-date list of live streams taking place from around the world.

HYG are one of the city’s finest psychedelic rock bands. Photo: Georgia Martin

CBR LIVE

When: Sunday, 29 March, 5:30 pm start
How to attend: Sets to be live streamed from artists’ Instagram accounts

An Instagram festival for the ages. Canberra indie upstarts Learner’s Permit head up this all-local live stream lineup for an evening of performances you can watch from home. Also playing are the psychedelic HYG, power punk trio Box Dye, avant-garage rockers Paint Store, and racket enthusiasts The Dirty Sunflowers. Tune in from 5:30 pm on Sunday for this free event.

Young Canberra band Learner’s Permit are live streaming alongside a host of other local acts this weekend. Photo: Learner’s Permit Facebook.

Isol-Aid Festival 2

When: Saturday, 27 March, time TBA
How to attend: Check the Isol-Aid page for updates.

Last weekend thousands of people tuned in to the first Isol-Aid Festival to catch live performances from the likes of Stella Donnelly, Julia Jacklin and Canberra’s own Sputnik Sweetheart. This week, the team of industry insiders running the show are taking to the streams for round two. The idea is that, at the designated performance time, you head over to the performing artist’s Instagram account where they will broadcast a live set. At the end of the set, they’ll direct you to the next account and the live stream chain continues from there. This week’s lineup has just been announced. Head here to check it out.

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2 Responses to RiotACT Gig Guide (25 – 31 March): Live streams from around the internet
Janet Latter Janet Latter 9:25 pm 25 Mar 20

Got to love Canberra 😊 I live in Perth by the way, but have visited Canberra many times. Just love your bus shelters 💖

Sarah Ryves Chatain Sarah Ryves Chatain 9:20 pm 25 Mar 20

Charles Chatain just what we discussed 😂

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