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The best online live streams happening this week

The best online live streams happening this week

Luke Sharkey

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We will add suitable events to this as more live streams are announced so check back at a later date.

Thursday May 21st

  • Girlpool @ Instagram (6pm)
    Live on La Blogotheque.
  • Columbia Mills @ Facebook (6.30pm)
    Irish indie band as part of IrelandPerforms.
  • Laura Marling @ Marlings’ IG (7pm)
    Twice weekly guitar lessons.
  • Glen Hansard @ Other Voices (8pm)
    Live from National Gallery of Ireland
  • Radiohead @ Youtube (10pm)
    Every week, the band broadcast a live gig. This week, From the basement.
  • Christine & The Queens @ Facebook (10.30pm)
    French pop artist does a home concert.

Friday May 22nd

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Saturday May 23rd

Sunday May 24th

  • Cabal Behind Closed Doors @ (12 to midnight)
    A 3-day live DJ event broadcasting from Limerick, Galway and Dublin.
  • Eleanor Shanley @ Facebook (12.30pm)
    As part of IrelandPerforms.
  • Mairéad Ní Mhaonaigh @ Facebook (3.30pm)
    As part of IrelandPerforms.
  • Laura Marling Guitar Lessons @ Instagram Live (7pm)
    Every Thursday and Sunday.
  • Nialler9 Music Quiz @ N9 Youtube (7.30pm)
    Test your general music knowledge in the quiz to end all quizzes.
  • Kenny Beats @ Twitch (notification)
    Some of my very favourite lockdown entertainment is watching this producer cook up magic in realtime to audiences of sometimes 15,000.

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