How to Watch and Stream Elton John’s ‘iHeart Living Room Concert’

In wake of the coronavirus outbreak, many live programs and award shows, including the iHeartRadio Music Awards and Academy of Country Music Awards, have been forced to postpone until later in the year. But in an effort to help those affected by COVID-19, Elton John is hosting Fox Presents The iHeart Living Room Concert for America, a benefit concert with today’s top musical acts.

Just like the name implies, Elton John is actually hosting the hourlong show straight from his living room. Performers like Billie Eilish, Tim McGraw, Mariah Carey, and Alicia Keys will also be filming in their homes in an effort to encourage viewers to practice social distancing. Entertainment aside, the special focuses on what’s really important at a time like this: paying tribute to the front-line workers keeping our country well-fed, healthy, and safe, as well as raising money for Feeding America and First Responders Children’s Foundation.

One thing’s for sure: Whether you’re in need of an hour of relief, searching for ways to keep your kids entertained, or are looking to help in this crisis, you won’t want to miss this inspiring night of TV.

How to Watch The iHeart Living Room Concert for America

The hourlong, commercial-free concert will air on Sunday, March 29 at 9 p.m. on Fox. But if you don’t have a TV handy (or are fighting your family members for control of the remote), you can listen to the concert on iHeartMedia stations or stream it on the iHeartRadio Music app.

How to Stream The iHeart Living Room Concert for America (If You Don’t Have Cable)

Even if you don’t have cable, you can still tune in. Take a look at the best streaming options, including some tips and tricks on how to watch for free:

  • Philo: The streaming service offers access to 50+ channels for $20 a month. You can watch it on any device, including Roku TV, Apple TV, Android TV, and Fire TV. Watch the show at no cost with a seven-day free trial.
  • FuboTV: Get 109 channels, including Fox, for $54 a month. Watch the show at no cost with a seven-day free trial.
  • Hulu + Live TV: If you already have Hulu, this add-on costs an additional $55 a month. But if you don’t have Hulu, you can sign up for a free one-month trial.