11E1even Group has released the schedule for the second weekend of content from the Live From Out There remote concert series. This weekend, March 27th–29th, will feature live and previously-recorded performances from Goose, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, Cycles, Aqueous, The Higgs, Eminence Ensemble, Magic Beans, Holly Bowling, SunSquabi, Kitchen Dwellers, Twiddle, and more.
Things kick off on Friday with The Trongone Band at 6 p.m. (all times are listed in ET), followed by an Aqueous “Jam It Down” set at 7. After that comes Goose at 8, Cycles at 9:30, then an archival set from The Higgs to close things out at 10:30. The next day, which also includes a free webcast of Dead & Company‘s June 15th, 2019 show from Wrigley Field at 8, gets started early with Eggy at 2, followed by an archival Tenth Mountain Division show at 3 and an archival Eminence Ensemble show beginning at 4:50. Mikala Davis And Southern Star then take over at 5:50 for a quick 40 minute set before Magic Beans come on at 6:30. Pigeons Playing Ping Pong take over 8, and then the evening begins to wind down with SunSquabi at 9:30, before Dizgo finally closes it out at 10:30.
Finally, Sunday begins with The Juantee coming on at 3, followed by Kendall Street Company at 4. After that Ghost Light‘s Holly Bowling covers jam classics on a grand piano at 5, a Kitchen Dwellers show from the archive at 6:30, and Twiddle at 7:35. Fans are then treated to a pair of pre-recorded shows, beginning with Goose at 8:45, followed by one more Kitchen Dwellers set to end the night at 9:45 There is also a free webcast of Widespread Panic‘s Andy Griffith-themed show from Halloween 2015 .
This weekend will also feature a variety of non-musical entertainment, including yoga, home workouts, and a cooking class. “Sanitize Your Spirit” yoga begins at 12:45 p.m. on Saturday and is followed by a “Flattening Your Curve” home workout. Sunday once again begins with yoga, this time at 1:30, then a home workout at 2:15, and finally “For Takeout Only” quarantine cooking at 2:45 to lead right into The Juantee at 3.
Since launching last weekend, Live From Out There has been a source of live music sustenance for fans who are grappling with the repercussions of the spread of the novel coronavirus. The series’ phase one lineup also promises future performances and exclusive content from Mihali, TAUK, Marc Brownstein, Oteil Burbridge, Benny Bloom, Eric Krasno, Cory Wong, Tom Hamilton, and Andy Frasco. Over a six-week period, the virtual festival will provide fans with over 100 hours of musical entertainment, all within the comforts of their own quarantines. Head to Nugs.tv to purchase a subscription and for further information.
Additionally, many bands have partnered with Nugs.tv to provide free webcasts most nights of the week. On Monday, Umphrey’s McGee hosts a free webcast series through Nugs and on Tuesday Phish has its Dinner And A Movie: An Archival Video Series through the band’s LivePhish service, as well as Joe Russo’s Almost Dead‘s competing Rad Night In America webcast on Nugs. Then on Wednesday, The Disco Biscuits hold a regular Relax & Recline archival series, followed by Tedeschi Trucks Band‘s Swamp Family TV on Thursday. The weekend then gets started with The String Cheese Incident‘s Friday Night Cheese broadcasts of classic incidents, Dead & Company’s aforementioned One More Saturday Night archival series, and finally closing out the weekend with Widespread Panic’s Never Miss A Sunday Show.