How to LIVE stream Beatport's 36-hour ReConnect featuring David Guetta, Tiësto, Boys Noize, Jauz and more
In times of the coronavirus lockdown, music is the biggest savior. If you are getting bored at home and wondering what to do, here's an online music marathon that will keep electronic music lovers entertained for hours.
Featuring music stalwarts like Tiësto, Kaskade, Jack Back (David Guetta), Deborah De Luca, Boys Noize, Anna Lunoe, Jauz, Claude VonStroke, Elohim, Maceo Plex and Sofi Tukker, Beatport’s ReConnect live stream 'In Place of War' starts tonight via Twitch.
Wondering how to LIVE stream the event? Go to Twitch and just let the music sway you with its charm. There are a number of recommended channels and a stream chat to connect with music listeners while in lockdown. You can also catch it on Beatport's site.
Just so you don't miss any of the live music, here's the schedule: ReConnect begins on April 17 at 12 pm PST for people in the US and April 18 at 8 pm BST/3 pm EST around the world.
Several fans are already hooked to it. "These live streams are keeping me alive right now thank you so much," one wrote and another said, "So @annalunoe is absolutely killing it. gonna need a setlist after, so many tracks I want to use in my own sets #beatport #reconnect."
One viewer wrote, "@kaskade Watching from the Bahamas and loving your set. I would love it if you played Never sleep alone and Go Slow," and another said, "@kaskade
you the man!! lovin' these vibes tonight on the #Beatport livestream. Would love it if you could play Something Something or Never Sleep Alone!"
The event has been set up to administer donations and the hardship fund will help struggling AFEM member companies retain lower-earning workers who would otherwise be sacked, and direct funds towards individuals within the membership in most need of urgent financial help. If you want to donate, click here.
Beatport's first 34-hour ReConnect live stream managed to grab the attention of 11M viewers in over 150 countries with 6,500 donors. It surpassed its goal and raised over $180,000 in donations for the World Health Organization (WHO)'s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund and the AFEM Members' COVID-19 Hardship Fund.