It may be a short week for the long July 4 weekend, but Billboard‘s Live At-Home won’t be short of great performances.
This week’s live-from-home sets will feature singer-songwriter Natasha Bedingfield and Israeli recording artist Netta, who just released new single “Cuckoo” in May.
On Wednesday, as Black Lives Matter marches continue around the country, we’ll have a livestream panel discussion about police reform featuring Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, Aloe Blacc, Jason Flom and Justin Moore. More participants will be announced later.
The performances will take place via Billboard‘s Facebook page.
Our Live At-Home series launched in March as musicians and festivals canceled shows due to the global coronavirus pandemic. Each 30-minute performance has benefited those who have been impacted by COVID-19, with artists selecting non-profits to support during their at-home sets. Organizations supported by Billboard’s series thus far include MusiCares, Meals on Wheels, Feeding America, and many others.
Check out the week’s full schedule below:
Monday (June 29)
Natasha Bedingfield — 1 p.m. ET (recap)
Tuesday (June 30)
Netta — 1 p.m. ET (recap)
Wednesday (July 1)
Police reform panel with Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, Aloe Blacc, Jason Flom and Justin Moore — 4 p.m. ET
If you miss any of these performances or the panel, refresh the page later in the week for the recaps.