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Livestream Buzz: February 23-February 27 • The Wombats, Bruce Cockburn, Phantom Planet, Phish

| February 22, 2022

The Wombats


Join legendary singer/songwriter Robyn Hitchcock for another virtual performance this week on Wednesday, February 23 at 8 PM. Get tickets here.

Celebrate Mardi Gras with Tank & the Bangas with an opening set from The Suffers live from New Orleans’ Tipitinas Thursday, February 24 at 10 PM. Tickets are on sale now.

Bruce Cockburn will stream the first night of his 2022 North American tour on Thursday, February 24 at 7 PM. Find tickets here.

This weekend Phish will stream their two-night stint at Moon Place in Riviera, Mexico on Thursday, February 24, and Sunday, February 27. Tickets are available here.

Watch the last night of The Wombats‘ “Fix Yourself, Not the World” tour live from The Wiltern with special guests Clubhouse this Friday, February 25 at 9:55 PM. Buy tickets here.

Join Melissa Etheridge for the latest installment of “Friday Night with Melissa Etheridge” this, you guess it, Friday, February 25 at 5 PM. Tune into the stream here.

Jon McLaughlin‘s new livestream series “6 Albums in Indianapolis” kicks off on Friday with a full album performance of Indiana at 3 PM followed by a full album performance of OK Now at 8 PM. On February 26 he’ll perform Promising Promises and Holding my Breath. The series wraps up on February 27 with performances of Like Us and Angst & Grace. Get tickets and details for all shows here.

Don’t miss Umphrey’s McGee live from arena this Friday, February 25 at 7 PM. Get tickets here.

Phantom Planet celebrates the 20th anniversary of their 2002 album, The Guest, with a full album performance live from the studio where it was originally recorded on Saturday, February 26 at 6 PM. Get tickets here.

Watch Houndmouth live from Chicago’s Thalia Hall this Saturday, February 26 at 9 PM. Find tickets here.

The Philip Glass Three Cities film series kicks off this Sunday, February 27. Filmed by Four/Ten Media, each film takes place in a city of special significance to Glass and a developmental period of his life. The series kicks off with Philip Glass Three Cities: Baltimore, where Glass spent his youth. If you want to watch the film, make sure to get tickets here.

– Ashley Perez Hollingsworth

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