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Slipknot, Green Day, Panic! And More To Stream Live Performances This Weekend

Watch past sets from the likes of Slipknot, Green Day, Panic! At The Disco, Korn, twenty one pilots, Paramore and more as part of PlayOn Fest.

If you’ve completed Netflix and are wondering how to spend your time during yet another lockdown weekend, Warner Music Group will be hosting an absolutely huge virtual festival to cure your boredom, featuring performances from some of music’s biggest names.

Slipknot, Green Day, Panic! At The Disco, twenty one pilots, Paramore, Korn, Royal Blood, Weezer and more will be joining forces for PlayOn Fest, taking place from April 24 – 26

The event promises to bring energy and high production values from world class stages (including Coachella, Sydney Opera House, Lollapalooza, Apollo Theater, Bonnaroo, The O2 Arena, Primavera Sound, Red Rocks Amphitheater, Rock In Rio, Global Citizen Festival, and more) to music fans hungry for communal live experiences”.

Read this next: The 20 greatest Slipknot songs – ranked

Not only that, but PlayOn Fest is also raising money for charity, supporting the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organization. You can grab festival merch right here, with all proceeds going towards the cause.

Check out a trailer below:

And watch the action unfold from 5pm BST on April 24:

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Posted on April 24th 2020, 12:50p.m.
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