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Another weekend means another round of excellent live music — all streamed directly into your front room.

Fundraising is high on the agenda this time round, with various online gigs and festivals looking to raise vital cash for a range of causes, from keeping venues afloat to supporting those doing vital work in the community during the outbreak.

Elsewhere, we have a musical exploration of south London, while a chart-topping veteran drops in for an at-home performance.

Here's where to watch it all unfold.

Action All Areas: Greenpeace

Environmental charity Greenpeace is usually a big presence at UK music festivals — especially Glastonbury, where it hosts its own area. This year, it’s moving things online with a three-day festival, starting on Thursday. Tim Burgess, Georgia, Arlo Parks and Rodrigo y Gabriela are among those on the line-up.


Last Night A DJ Saved My Life

Back in May, the Last Night A DJ Saved My Life charity raised more than £60,000 with its Set For Love live-stream marathon. It’s back this weekend, with Carl Cox and Eats Everything headlining.

From 6pm, Friday to Sunday,

Save Our Scottish Venues

KT Tunstall, Wet Wet Wet and The Xcerts are among the bands taking part in this fundraising festival, which comes as part of the #saveourvenues campaign set up by the Music Venue Trust.

8pm, Friday,

Love Record Stores

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Set to coincide with what should have been Record Store Day, this 24-hour stream will look to raise money for independent vinyl shops currently struggling through the pandemic. Laura Marling, Fontaines DC, John Grant and many more are on the line-up.


Tiny Changes Fundraiser

Tiny Changes, the mental health charity set up in memory of late musician Scott Hutchison, will host this fundraising festival, set to welcome at-home gigs from Frank Turner, The Staves, Tim Burgess and others.



Explore the architecture of south London via the medium of music with Musicity, an online festival featuring pieces written by musicians in response to 10 different locations south of the river.

1pm-8pm, Sunday,

Cliff Richard at Royal Albert Home

Cliff Richard will tune in from his home in Barbados for this live-streamed performance — he’s one of the biggest names to take part in the Royal Albert Hall’s online series so far.

4pm, Sunday,

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