There are lots of virtual concerts and musical events happening this weekend (Friday, March 20 to Saturday, March 21). Tune in here.
Toronto artists are continuing to shift their practice online through COVID-19. Here are some shows to check out this weekend from your couch. All times are EST.
Whitehorse #CanadaPerforms (5 pm)
Part of the National Arts Centre’s new concert series/livestream grant.
Birds of Bellwoods (5 pm)
iskwē: Live from My Living Room (7 pm)
URGNT Live: Measha Bruegergosman at the Great Hall (7 pm)
The first in a new series of concerts at empty Toronto music venues.
Choir! Choir! Choir! (3 pm)
Another Social Distan-Sing-Along.
Paul Chin (3pm)
A live DJ set from the DJ whose new EP just dropped.
DJ Blush’s Saturday Night Jukebox Dance Party (9 pm)
The ongoing Stone’s Place party moves online.
Club Quarantine (every night at 9 pm)
Toronto’s hottest queer dance party is on Zoom.
Robin Hatch (10 pm)
This binaural ambient synth set was supposed to take place at the University of Toronto for their New Circadia exhibition. “The goal is an hour-long synth set that tries to soothe, make you relax and fall asleep rather than get up and dance,” Hatch says. “It’s an experimental set based around different delta wave sounds and microtonal scales. I’ve also been using Twitch in general as a performance space, I enjoy it a lot more than playing live!”