LiveList Top 5 Live Streams of the Week | December 26 – January 1


Phish Live from Madison Square Garden

December 28-31 | 4pm Pacific Nightly | $


Phish are back at Madison Square Garden in New York City for a 4 night New Year’s Eve Run starting on Dec. 28. We’ll be streaming all 4 shows in Full 1080P HD including the special 3 set show on New Year’s Eve. Order a discounted 4-night package or any single nights in HD or SD. Event T-Shirt bundles and MP3 bundles are also available. Pre-Order CDs and downloads or stream on the LivePhish App. If you have not already tried it – get a free trial now!


Widespread Panic’s Tunes for Tots

December 29 | 5:00pm Pacific | Audio Broadcast

Mixlr / LiveWidespreadPanic

Widespread Panic believes that art education, and in particular music education, is integral to the overall education and advancement of children. Art allows for personal expression, appreciation of ideas, celebration of cultural awareness, sharing emotions, and gives purpose to life. Widespread Panic agrees with research findings that art education supports more traditional academic subjects as well as being a worthy pursuit in its own right.  Tune in for the live audio broadcast of Widespread Panic’s 2016 Tunes For Tots SOLDOUT benefit concert on December 29th from The Ryman Auditorium.

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Lights All Night

December 30 & 31 | 4:00pm Pacific

Uphoric TV

LIGHTS ALL NIGHT, Texas’ largest electronic music festival, today (December 13) announces that their first-ever live broadcast will take place this New Year’s Eve weekend, December 30 and 31, live from Dallas Market Hall. LIGHTS ALL NIGHT has partnered with new music festival digital television network UphoricTV, in a multi-year agreement, to produce and broadcast select performances through the festival weekend over the UphoricTV network. Artists for this year’s live broadcast will include: A-Trak, Kill The Noise, Tchami, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs (DJ set), REZZ, Whethan, San Holo, Luca Lush and others to be announced.

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New Year’s Eve concert with Simon Rattle and Daniil Trifonov

December 31 | 8:15am Pacific

Digital Concert Hall

Before the champagne corks pop to celebrate the turn of the year 2016/2017, you can experience first-class virtuosic piano playing when Daniil Trifonov steps up to the podium at the New Year’s Eve concert of the Berliner Philharmoniker. At his debut with the Berlin Philharmonic, Trifonov will play a composition by Rachmaninov: the Third Piano Concerto, which many interpreters of the work consider the most difficult piano concerto of all times. The composition is anything but stingy with lyrical passages that give at least the audience time to come up for air before marvelling at the next round of pianistic brilliance. The second part of the New Year’s Eve programme ends with some of the most dashing Slavonic Dances by Antonín Dvořák. Since “to entertain” means both to invite and to amuse, in just these ways Sir Simon and the Berlin Philharmonic are looking forward to welcoming you to their New Year’s Eve concert.

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New Year’s Eve 2017

December 31 | 2:55pm Pacific


New Year’s Eve 2017 streaming live from Times Square in NYC thanks to Livestream. Ring in the end of 2016 and the beginning of 2017 worldwide!

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