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Looking for something to watch at home during coronavirus quarantine? Check out our selection of what’s hot online when we can’t be out and about in the New York City area.

While we all take part in our social distancing duty, Attendee wants to focus on bringing everyone together, even when we have to be apart. So, while the usual Three Hot Tickets is on hiatus, we hope that our roundup of this week’s best live-streamed content will help you continue to enjoy music, theater, culture and a sense of community during these unprecedented times.


“Together at Home”

Supported by the World Health Organization (WHO) and Global Citizen, Coldplay’s Chris Martin put out the campaign’s first live-streamed concert, singing hits like “Yellow” and a cover of David Bowie’s “Life on Mars.” The next performance came from a suited and serenading John Legend, with a towel-clad Chrissy Teigen bringing her usual levity to the video. John summons Miguel and Charlie Puth to perform next—stay tuned.


Power Couple Live Streams

More famous couples joined the live-streaming action, like Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman with this live performance out of Urban’s Nashville warehouse. Katherine McPhee and husband David Foster have also promised daily concerts every day at 8:30 p.m. ET, sweetly dubbed the “Kat & Dave Show.”


Dance Like Nobody’s Watching (Literally)

Tune into SiriusXM’s Ultra Virtual Audio Festival, a limited-run channel set up to replace the cancelled Ultra Music Festival. Work off some pent-up energy dancing to exclusive DJ sets by Armin van Buuren, Martin Garrix, Afrojack and Major Lazer.


Bright Minded: Live with Miley

Take a break from WFH by watching Miley Cyrus’ live-streamed talk show every weekday on Instagram at 2:30 p.m. ET. Watch her discuss well-being, lead mini workouts, sing and chat with celebs like Demi Lovato—all to the end of “keeping it LIT in dark times.”


Broadway All Day

Broadway shows are a mainstay of New York City culture. Go behind the scenes and the music with Broadway.com’s “Live at Five” segment, which lets viewers delve into the world of shows like Hamilton, Dear Evan Hansen, Jagged Little Pill and more.


Stream for a Cause

Amy Adams joined Instagram solely for Save with Stories, a live-stream campaign that she and Jennifer Garner launched in partnership with Save the Children and No Kid Hungry. Tune in when your reading voice isn’t cutting it for the kids anymore, or if you just want to see Reese Witherspoon read “Uni the Unicorn” or Jimmy Fallon read his own story, “This is Baby.”


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