Most of our everyday lives and movement has been disrupted by Covid-19. Almost everyone is either in self-isolation or going through some kind of a lockdown. Therefore, it’s possible to expect lots of music events to be cancelled or pushed to a later date. 

Of course, lots of festivals such as Stagecoach, Coachella, Bonnaroo, Summerfest to the Beale Street Music Festival among others have decided to continue in fall. While others have been cancelled such as Firefly or Ultra Music Festival, you might not have to wait for the fall or next year to join a rave event from the comfort of your own home while staying socially distant.

There are music events that have refused to let Covid-19 stop them through live streaming and keeping the rave spirit alive. You can actually satisfy your live music craving and join in live with thousands or millions of music lovers around the world. 

So how are they keeping the rave up, hot and going? How do you prepare for one? 

Diverse picks for everyone

For the last few weeks live music events across the United States and around the world have picked up speed. With so many choices to select from, show cancellations will be of less a concern. For instance, Global Dance Festival may be canceled, but they have announced a two-day live stream event presented as Global Dance Digital Festival. Some of the biggest heavy-bass artists in trap and bass music will be featured, such as Big Gigantic and QUIX.

Another fest that has been keeping the rave up and going is the Concert a Day live stream by Pickathon that started around April 8. For weeks, Pickathaon has been using the undisputed power of great music to support musicians and entertain fans while encouraging mental health and bringing hope with  free daily concerts running between April 8 and early June. An Indie rave of its own kind, artists such as Tyler Childers, Margo Price, Thee Oh Sees, and Mac DeMarco, among others such as Jeff Tweedy have featured. 

Radiohead have been keeping their fans distracted with weekly posts on YouTube from their past shows, such as their iconic April 2012 Coachella Fest appearance. If you’ve missed any you can actually catch up leisurely at home. 

DJs such as French master mixer Bob Sinclair have been offering live daily streams on Facebook where rave clothing, loud attires and top-music mixes are the range. With an archive of past live streams you can actually view what you’ve missed. Dance music labels such as Defected Records have also been up and raving with virtual fests featuring dancers and DJ streams. 

Want to join up on the fun? It’s easy:

1. Adorn up for the event 
Rave clothing

During these days of lockdowns, social distancing and isolating at home don’t forget that to feel alive is to embellish for the event. Whether it’s engaging in livestream dance competitions or joining up music festivals happening on the other part of the world from your home, it pays to find unique rave clothing for the event. 

Rave gear keeps you in the mood and feeling legit as if you are on the festival grounds ready to have fun. The good part is that rave clothing stores are still in business and you can stock up right from your computer. To prepare for music fests and live-streamed music events get the essentials you need, whether it’s mere LED gloves, masks, or hoodies. 

2. Choose from multiple livestream Events

Once you’ve sorted out your rave fashion and set up Wi-Fi and the largest streaming screen you can get as well as sufficient space to move your body with reckless abandon, choose the music event to join. More than likely, there’s a live rave happening right now in the United States or around the world. 

You can for instance join Miley Cyrus live streams that happen daily between Monday and Friday on Instagram with a host of guests. Past notable guests include Hilary Duff, Emily Osment and Reese Witherspoon. 

Deadbeats and Zeds Dead Live Stream brings together diverse DJs for fire beat shows each week for at least three days, usually on Sunday, midweek on Wednesday and Friday. Apart from super-fun mixes, the weekly shows include production tutorials, Q&A panels and lots of live art. 

For a real Vegas livestream rave carnival, look into the Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas that will happen on the web for the first time ever for three days between May 15 and May 17.  

For the best time of your life, find and search favorite music events and fests, mark the dates on your calendar and set up reminders, replenish your rave wardrobe with proper rave clothing and prepare to have a great time.