If you’re bored in the house and have nothing to do during quarantine, there’s a three-day festival taking place this weekend that you can attend straight from your phone or tablet.
“In The House” is a virtual concert that will take place on the Houseparty App. The festivities kick off on Friday, May 15 with performances and appearances by Tinashe, Doja Cat, Miguel and more.
The event will continue through the weekend as Alicia Keys, Bad Bunny, DaBaby, Westside Gunn, 2 Chainz and more are scheduled to join the fun.
According to a press release, 2 Chainz will welcome viewers into his home as he cooks up his favorite dishes for his family. The Escobar Restaurant owner will also share his culinary secrets with everyone.
DaBaby will give fans an up-close-and-personal look into his studio session. The Blame It On Baby rapper will also give perform.
Coming off the success of her first No. 1 single, “Say So (Remix),” Doja Cat will join “In The House” to give an intimate performance for viewers. She will also talk to fans about what inspired her to become a musician.
Houseparty recently held a virtual prom for high school seniors. The event featured a live set from DJ D-Nice. The teens were able to choose their own musical theme, take prom photos and dance, all from the comfort of their own homes.
If you’re looking for more quarantine entertainment, you can also check out the Escape Tracks Virtual R&B Music Festival. The one-day festival will include headlining acts from BJ The Chicago Kid, Queen Naija, Luh Kel and Eric Bellinger. Proceeds from the concert will go to benefit the MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund. The event kicks off on May 16 at 4 pm ET on the Escape Tracks’ YouTube page.
Check out the full lineup for “In The House” below.
Houseparty is throwing a BIG in-app event featuring all your favorite stars and celebrities on May 15th through the 17th. @aliciakeys, @DojaCat, @sanbenito, @DaBabyDaBaby are #InTheHouse and performing, only on Houseparty!— Houseparty (@houseparty) May 12, 2020
See the full lineup at https://t.co/n020RNpHfg pic.twitter.com/WHkpFfoEcn