Hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, Jimmy Fallon and Stephen Colbert, the One World: Together at Home line-up reads like a festival organizer’s dream. There’s musical legends like Elton John, Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder set to perform. You can also expect celebrity royalty like The Beckhams, Oprah and Samuel L. Jackson. not to mention the three of biggest acts of 2020 Lady Gaga, Billie Ellish and Taylor Swift.
Gird your loins our fellow 90’s youths, the One World Concert will also feature Eddie Vedder, Billie Joe Armstrong and Alanis Morissette. Even classical music fans have a treat in store courtesy of Andrea Bocelli and Lang Lang, while R&B lovers can look forward to Alicia Keyes, Usher, and Jenifer Hudson – by way of Pharrell, Rita Ora and Sam Smith. Some of our personal favorites include The Killer’s who are set to perform as well as Chris Martin and Michael Buble. Nothing screams we’re having a lockdown party like a sing-a-long. And if you have kids, you can rest knowing even the cast of Sesame Street is set to appear. We’re sure you’ll want to tune in to this massive global event, which will see proceeds donated to the World Health Organization and frontline coronavirus healthcare workers, so without further ado – here’s how to watch One World: Together at Home and stream the biggest concert of modern times for free no matter where you are in the world.
HOW TO WATCH:
Starting at 8pm ET/PT and 7pm CT, One World: Together at Home is being shown on a number of popular free-to-air channels, including ABC, CBS and NBC. This means you can likely tune in via your TV – or Google will happily point you towards the various free live streaming options offered by these networks.
If you’ve completely cut the cord, then your best bet is Sling TV, where a special offer lets you watch the best of the service’s live TV offerings for free between the hours of 5pm and midnight ET each night – so One World: Together at Home is covered as part of the Sling TV Happy Hour promo.
Alternatively, you could consider signing up for a free Hulu trial. This will allow you to watch the same One World: Together at Home coverage you would on a television, via the networks listed above – while Amazon Prime Video represents another easy online streaming option and starts building up to the big gig from 2pm ET – again, a FREE trial is available.