These are strange times we're living in, particularly for musicians and those involved in the live music industry.
The absence of gigs and festivals has meant that many artists are being forced to try new ways to connect with their audiences - including one of Ireland's greatest living musicians.
Christy Moore, a man who is used to touring and playing live frequently, will venture into the unknown by performing his first livestreamed gig from Dublin's National Concert Hall on September 19th.
The gig will be shot on seven HD cameras and streamed to fans across the globe from 8pm Irish time on the 19th.
If you're not in Ireland, you can watch it at these times:
Europe 9.00pm CEST
U.S. East Coast, 8.00pm EDT
US. West Coast, 8.00pm PDT
Australia 8.00pm AEST September 20th
Moore is the latest artist to sell tickets to a gig in this manner, following the likes of Dermot Kennedy, who recently played a special one-off gig from London's Natural History Museum. Other artists like Nick Cave and Bjork have also been selling tickets to 'exclusive' online performances.
The concert will be streamed live online to ticket holders, and will be available to tickets holders for 24 hours following the performance.
Tickets €16.50 (limited availability) go on sale today Thursday 20th August 10am, available to purchase online only from Dice.fm.