The past couple of weeks have seen musicians around the world take to various rooms in their house to play live-streamed gigs for fans.
However, there's one happening this Sunday that pretty much trumps your favourite indie musician crooning in their bathroom.
The 'iHeart Living Room Concert For America' will raise money for Americans affected by the coronavirus and will air on US network FOX on Sunday evening.
We're paying tribute to the front line health professionals and local heroes who are helping to fight the spread of COVID-19 with our iHeartRadio Living Room Concert For America this Sunday on @foxtv. ❤️
More details: https://t.co/AagguA5Hox #iHeartConcertOnFox pic.twitter.com/aAVbdVYGyu
— iHeartRadio (@iHeartRadio) March 25, 2020
It'll also play on iHeart radio stations across the States (which Irish fans will presumably be able to listen to in podcast form at some point.)
Viewers and listeners will be asked to donate to a fund for both American front-line workers and those struggling in the midst of the pandemic.
It's an alternative to the iHeart Music Awards, which were supposed to take place on Sunday before being cancelled.
Backstreet Boys, Green Day's Billy Joe Armstrong, country star Tim McGraw and more will also play.