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Save Our Stages Fest On October 16-18 With Original Performances

Save Our Stages Fest

Leon Bridges will be part of Save Our Stages Fest

 

We all know that our stages are in great danger, we have witnessed small clubs and venues disappearing all over the country, leaving us powerless and deeply hurt. In Los Angeles, the Hit Hat and the Satellite will not reopen as live venues, and plenty of other places are currently struggling. Even legendary venues like the Troubadour, which launched the career of so many legends in the ‘70s, are threatened.

Partnering with YouTube, NIVA, the National Independent Venue Association is organizing a ‘Save Our Stages Fest’ on October 16-18. During these three days, you will be able to stream, on NIVA’s official YouTube channel, original performances by first-class musicians playing in intimate venues. The event will benefit the NIVA Emergency Relief Fund, and will directly support the most vulnerable venues currently experiencing terrible revenue loss.

You will be able to stream Day 1 of Save Our Stages Fest right here, Day 2 right here and Day 3 right here. The virtual benefit festival will feature original performances by 34 already announced pop and rock stars as diverse as Brittany Howard, Foo Fighters, Leon Bridges, Miley Cyrus, Reba McEntire, YG, or Rise Against, just to name a few, shot live at iconic indie stages. The event will be hosted by the very funny and talented Reggie Watts.

This is what the 3-day fest has in store for us:

Adam Melchor at The Hotel Café, October 17 at 1:40 pm

Alec Benjamin at The Hotel Café, October 16 at 5:35 pm

Bea Miller at Teragram Ballroom, October 17 at 3:50 pm

Black Pumas at The Parish, October 18 at 4:15 pm

Brittany Howard at Ryman Auditorium, October 17 at 6:05 pm

Brothers Osborne at Mercy Lounge, October 18 at 2:40 pm

Cautious Clay at World Cafe Live, October 16 at 5:35 pm

Dave Matthews (Solo) at The Jefferson Theater, October 18 at 3:10 pm

Dillon Francis at Teragram Ballroom, October 16 at 9:30 pm

Dizzy Fae at First Avenue, October 16 at 6:40 pm

FINNEAS at Teragram Ballroom, October 16 at 5:35 pm

Foo Fighters at Troubadour, October 17 at 7:40 pm

G-Eazy at The Independent, October 16 at 8:25 pm

Gus Dapperton at (Le) Poisson Rouge, October 17 at 4:25 pm

Jason Mraz at Belly Up Tavern, October 17 at 1:05 pm

JP Saxe at Troubadour, October 17 at 2:40 pm

Kelsea Ballerini at Exit/In, October 17 at 2:10 pm

Leon Bridges at Troubadour, October 17 at 6:35 pm

Little Big Town at Exit/In, October 18 at 2:05 pm

The Lumineers at Boulder Theater, October 18 at 6:30 pm

Macklemore at Neumos, October 16 at 7:15 pm

Major Lazer at Gramps, October 17 at 9:20 pm

Marshmello + Demi Lovato at Troubadour, October 16 at 8:55 pm

Miley Cyrus at Whisky a Go Go, October 17 at 7:10 pm

Monica at Center Stage, October 18 at 3:45 pm

Nathaniel Rateliff at Boulder Theater, October 18 at 4:50 pm

Phoebe Bridgers at Troubadour, October 17 at 4:55 pm

Portugal. The Man at Crystal Ballroom, October 17 at 8:45 pm

Reba McEntire at Ryman Auditorium, October 18 at 5:25 pm

The Revivalists at Tipitina’s, October 18 at 5:55 pm

Rise Against at Metro, October 17 at 5:30 pm

The Roots at Apollo Theater, October 17 at 8:15 pm

Sebastian Yatra at Broward Center for the Performing Arts, October 16 at 6:10 pm

YG at Troubadour, October 16 at 7:50 pm

Now, I know these venues will be empty, but I would like to know if they need a photographer for some of these events. I wouldn’t mind covering a few sets at the Troubadour, with a mask of course… it has been a while!

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