Bandsintown are live streaming concerts on Twitch all day, every day

If you’re like us you’re already missing getting out and seeing a gig whilst self-isolating, but Bandsintown have you covered with their new livestream channel.

As we’re all well aware, Coronavirus is having a destructive effect on gigs and concerts around the world. Performers are being hit hard by this and so are people who love live music and are facing months without seeing music played live.

Bandsintown are famously a concert sharing platform and as such have been left with little they can do for a while. So in response, they’ve set up a Twitch channel to live stream live music all day every day for week so artists can play and fans can tune in to gigs.

On their Twitch channel ‘Bandsintown Live‘ they will also be streaming concerts themselves every day throughout the day so that there is never a shortage of live music to tune in to. Their marathon is running all week and will raise money for the MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund.

530,000 of Bandsintown’s registered artists can promote their live-streamed shows on their new WATCH LIVE feature connecting fans and artists. The feature allows artists to share on Facebook, Instagram and other sites when they will be going live to stream concerts online.

WATCH LIVE is being rolled out to Bandsintown artists for free on ‘Bandsintown For Artists‘. The Bandsintown live music marathon starts today and will carry on for the next week, head there now:
twitch.tv/bandsintown/

Head of Social Media and Marketing, RouteNote

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