The virtual concert entertained fans around the world with home performances from Taylor Swift to the Rolling Stones, in aid of health workers battling the coronavirus.
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German music fans had a rare opportunity to attend a live performance on Friday evening while complying with the country's social distancing regulations.
Local band ''Brings'' in Cologne took to the stage at a drive-in cinema, open to 250 vehicles.
Adèle Belmont, who said she recovered from COVID-19, said she wanted to thank neighbours for their support.
The artists were filmed with smartphones, cameras and audio equipment in their homes.
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Christmas Concert in the Italian Senate with world-famous director Riccardo Muti conducting the Luigi Cherubini Youth Orchestra.
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Geri Horner apologised to the fans at the sold-out Wembley Stadium for leaving the all-girl band in 1998 after she said she was suffering from exhaustion.
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Two rival concerts were planned on Friday on either side of a bridge linking Venezuela and Colombia.
Following in the footsteps of the "Legendary Tigerman" and "The Gift", French band "The Buttshakers will perform live in Euronews' studio
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Electronic music fans were in for a treat when they went to watch Kraftwerk perform at the Jazz Festival in Stuttgart. When they performed their 1978 song " Spacelab" a German astronaut dropped in from space, on a live feed