Coronavirus might have halted some of the world’s most famous festivals, but the Quarantine Music Festival lets music fans keep the party going at home.
Like any great invention, Quarantine Music Festival (QMF) was born out of necessity.
Music lovers around the globe needed some tunes to lift their spirits while self-quarantining during the COVID-19 pandemic. QMF filled that need with local DJs streaming sets on Facebook live from bedrooms, basements, living rooms and balconies.
4,000-plus joined Quarantine’s official Facebook group in three days, as word quickly spread about the unique online festival. They were not disappointed.
Over 20 hours of curated live streams capped QMF’s first week. And the second week will be even better. More than 50 hours of content is planned covering multiple genres, from techno and trance to drum-n-bass and trap.
Public health officials keep urging people to stay at home. QMF is a fun way to do that in style.
Find the festival online at facebook.com/groups/QuarantineMusicFestival.