For something else to do while you're indoors, here are some helpful resources for virtual events and Columbus locales that can be experienced from the comfort of your own home!
The Experience Columbus Blog has plenty of articles and lists of local events that are occuring entirely online, as well as listings for virtual tours of art exhibitions, and resources for finding local businesses that are continuing to support the Columbus community with their services.
NPR has been doing Tiny Desk Concerts since 2008 and they're still churning them out. Check out the latest tiny live shows on their website. These short, small band concerts are free to all to enjoy, any time, on their website or on the NPR Music YouTube channel.
Live Nation's "Live From Home" page has an extensive list of dozens of live virtual events from big-name artists happening every day. Give it a look!
Here's and article on our website from Lars Gotrich of NPR. It has an actively updated list of virtual events, and promises to continue updating until it is no longer needed.
Cumbancha and Lindbald Expeditions are holding a weekly concert series called the Virtual Music Lounge, that is currently slated to continue through May. The events will be hosted on the Lindbald Expeditions Facebook Page.
There's a series of virtual concerts being held by Jorma Kaukonen of Furpeace Ranch Guitar Camp of Meigs County, Ohio. Here's a link to the news release and here's a link to the YouTube page where the event will be hosted.
CAPA has lined up a new slew of virtual events with the continuation of its ApART Together Concert Series. There's a list of concerts and other events going from May into June, all viewable from their Facebook page.
And don't forget to take a look at WCBE's own Community Events Calendar to see what else is going on online in Columbus!