Live Music In 2021!
Get ready for one of the biggest livestream events of 2021 so far – and maybe during the whole pandemic. The Wiltern Livestream Series has acts lined up one after one and all feature the iconic LA venue’s added charm.
Veeps and LiveNation have come together to showcase 10 artists over the span of three months. Some of the most popular acts, such as Waterparks, will perform in host venues such as The Wiltern.
The event will allow more than 60 venues to have the ability to livestream performances as they occur. This will act as a method for artists to sell more tickets for shows, while giving fans the chance to see performances from across the world.
The livestream series will kick off on May 7 with cross-country artist Breland. Tickets to all acts, including Ireland, are available HERE.
Wiltern Livestream’s Star-Studded Lineup
The full line up includes Breland, JP Saxe, Young Thug, Lany, Waterparks, Lucky Daye, Young M.A., Eyedress, Freddie Gibbs, and Chase Atlantic.
With artists getting back on stage, the event is an opportunity to get their new music out in a new setting.
JP Saxe is the second act to perform, with his show coming up on May 14. Saxe is on-the-rise due to his collaboration with American singer Julia Michaels. Their song, “If the World Was Ending,” was released in 2019. He released an EP last February, too, and most recently collaborated with Maren Morris on the single, “Line By Line.”
Freddie Gibbs recently released the single “Big Boss Rabbit,” the track arriving as a surprise to fans. Freddie was recently up for a Grammy and has been blowing up as of late. He will perform for the series on July 2 as the second to last major act.
Overall, Wiltern Livestream is an accessible series that has never been put on before and looks great for fans across the globe to tune into. With huge acts performing over a span of three months, there really is no reason to not to get tickets. Be on the look out for more events from LiveNation in the coming months for more livestream shows…. And hopefully a few live concerts, too.