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Sir Elton John may have paused his Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour due to COVID-19, but you can still catch him perform this weekend from your living room.

John is throwing a commercial-free televised benefit concert on Sunday evening to help support and pay tribute to the doctors, nurses, and other medical staff currently battling the pandemic on the front lines.

The hour-long special, called “Fox Presents the iHeart Living Room Concert for America,” airs at 9pm ET/6pm PT Sunday on FOX.

Beyond Elton John, the special will feature performances from Alicia Keys, The Backstreet Boys, Billie Eilish, Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong, Mariah Carey, and Tim McGraw; all recorded at their respective homes.

During the performance, viewers will be able to make donations to the First Responders Children’s Foundation as well as Feeding America.

If you have a television, then the easiest way to watch is to simply tune in. FOX is free over-the-air in most markets.

If you don’t have a television (or yours is being used for a Mario Party Sunday night) then it’s also available through most streaming services; however, FOX’s availability varies by market, so you should double-check that it’s available in yours over the service you select before 9pm ET.

Most streaming services also offer a free 7-day trial. If you haven’t tried one out yet, there’s no time like the present. Here are your options on that front:

  • Sling TV – $25 Blue package
  • Hulu with Live TV – $45/mo
  • ATT TV Now – $50/mo
  • PlayStation Vue – $50/mo
  • FuboTV – $55/mo

And if you miss Sunday’s performance, it will be available to stream on Caffeine via replay.


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