Nelke Roose

15 Oct 2020

5 Live Stream Concerts We’re Excited for This Month

Anyone else terribly missing the bliss from great concerts? Luckily, we have iconic live stream performances like the ones our queen Charli XCX or K-pop sensation BTS recently did. The latter broke the Guinness World Record for the most viewed online concert, by the way. Here are five other must-see concerts, live-streamed this October.

1. Glass Animals

The British pop band Glass Animals are getting ready to present their latest record Dreamland, with an online broadcast on October 15. They promise a renowned live show with special guests, in a striking virtual space, completed with creative, fan interaction. Sounds exciting, right?

Price? Between €13,50 and €27.50
When? 15 October, 9 PM CEST (Brussels Time)
For more information, go to the website

2. James Bay

After singing into his iPhone for most of 2020, British singer-songwriter James Bay can’t wait to perform again, this time around for a global audience on the web. He will do so in four different performances on 21 and 22 October, from a legendary London venue: Shakespeare’s Globe. Different times will be available for different regions of the world. Expect to feel warm inside as he’ll play his newest single “Chew On My heart”, for sure.

Price? Between €16,50 for a normal ticket and €105 for a special ticket, with extra songs and a virtual meet and greet.
When? 21 October, at 9 PM CEST (Brussels Time)
For more information, go to the website. 

3. All Time Low

American rock band All Time Low won’t stop at just one concert, they have five different online performances lined up for us, all across October, November, and December. The first concert at the beginning of October was to present the full album Wake Up, Sunshine, but for the upcoming next four concerts, each band member selected a personal setlist, so each performance will be different. The first show on 23 October will be the drummer Rian’s pick.

Price? For a regular ticket €16,50.
When? 23 October, at midnight CEST (Brussels Time)
For more information, go to the website

4. Billie Eilish

“Miss doing shows so muuuuch,” wrote global pop star Billie Eilish on her Instagram as she had to cancel her world tour due to COVID-19. Luckily, the singer gets to perform again, online this time, on Saturday 25 October 2020. During this live show, she’ll bless our ears with songs from her latest album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?.

Price? Around €25
When? October 25 at midnight CEST. (Brussels Time) The live stream will be available 24 hours after the show.
For more information, go to the website

5. Sam Smith

The iconic London Abbey Road studios, where the Beatles recorded most of their music, will be the fabulous location of Sam Smith’s live stream concert on 30 October. That same day, Sam Smith releases their new album Love Goes, for which fans have been patiently waiting, as it got postponed due to the coronavirus. On Instagram, the singer wrote: “We are working so hard to make sure this show is truly special, and I cannot wait to sing for you all.”

Price? Between €11,50 for a regular ticket and €207,50 for VIP.
When? 30 October, at 10 PM CEST (Brussels Time)
For more information, go to the website.


Photo on top by Maxim Meyer-Horn

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