LiveList Top 5 Live Streams of the Week | May 29 – June 4


Trey Anastasio Band w/ Vulfpeck

May 31 | 4:55pm Pacific | $


Fresh off their monumental performance at Summer Camp Music Festival, the Trey Anastasio Band rolls into Red Rocks with Vulfpeck on Wednesday, May 31st.  The night of music will be broadcast live thanks to LivePhish, and fans can expect to see a full display of rock, jam, funk, and soul — as well as those blistering guitar licks from Big Red.

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Kent Nagano conducts Dvořák and Moussa – With Moment Factory

May 31 | 5:00pm Pacific

A new symphony by Samy Moussa, conducted by Kent Nagano and staged by Moment Factory! Join them for an immersive and dreamlike journey celebrating the 375th anniversary of Montreal’s founding. Inspired by the internationally-acclaimed young Canadian composer Samy Moussa’s Symphony No. 1 “Concordia”, Moment Factory creates a one-of-a-kind sensory experience within the walls of Montreal’s Maison symphonique.

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Primavera Sound

June 1-3 | Times TBA

Red Bull TV

For more than a decade and a half, Primavera Sound has been offering up an eclectic blend of rock, pop and underground dance music in the heart of Barcelona, Spain. The famed Parc del Fòrum hosts one of Europe’s biggest and best music festivals.

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JLCO: World of Monk

June 1 | 5:00pm Pacific

Jazz at Lincoln Center

With its iconic melodies, insightful harmonic progressions, and complex but danceable rhythms, the music of Thelonious Monk offers limitless opportunity for improvisation and interpretation. Monk’s music is loved all over the world, and because of its fundamental simplicity, musicians of all styles and backgrounds find kinship in it. This global exploration of Monk features the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis, two very special guests, and brand new Monk arrangements. The first of tonight’s featured guests is flutist Baqir Abbas, a virtuoso Pakistani musician who has performed with the JLCO on several prestigious occasions. Abbas’ solo-trading performance with Ted Nash is a highlight of Song of Lahore – the 2015 documentary chronicling the Sachal Jazz Ensemble’s historic journey to the Rose Theater stage. The JLCO’s second guest this evening is Hamilton de Holanda, a top Brazilian instrumentalist widely considered the “Jimi Hendrix of the bandolin.” A versatile master who has singlehandedly reinvented the 10-string bandolin, de Holanda synthesizes distinct musical styles from around the world. Together, these international virtuosos and our American big band will interpret Monk’s music in a way completely unique to this collaboration.

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Dead & Company

June 3 & 4 | 7:00pm Pacific

Nugs TV

Dead & Company are proving that the music, still, never stops.  The band, comprised of Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann, John Mayer, Bob Weir, with Oteil Burbridge and Jeff Chimenti, will webcast a slew of upcoming shows beginning with the June 3 and 4 performances from Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, CA thanks to Nugs TV.

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