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Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift, and more to perform LIVE in the One World: Together at Home Concert: here’s how to watch for free

Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift, and more to perform LIVE in the One World: Together at Home Concert: here’s how to watch for free
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As the novel coronavirus tests the world's capacity to take on a pandemic, front line workers like doctors and nurses are doing what they humanly can to care for those who are ill. And to take care of them, Global Citizen is hosting the One World: Together at Home Concert which will benefit community health workers and the World Health Organization and support their efforts. 

The One World: Together at Home Concert is scheduled for April 18 (that's tomorrow) and will start at 8pm EST. It's scheduled to run through to 10pm. The virtual concert will feature major names in music, from Lady Gaga and Taylor Swift to Paul McCartney. Even big stars like Heidi Klum will be featured - and everyone will be performing from home. 

It's not your conventional concert, but celebrities - they're just like us. They have to work from home, under lockdown, and make the best of these unprecedented times. 

How can I watch the One World: Together at Home Concert?

The One World: Together at Home Concert will go live around the world, but for folks in the United States, it will air on the AXS among other channels. If you have cable, you can watch the concert simply by tuning in. But for those who don't, there's a fantastic Sling TV offer that will allow you to watch it for free. 

Right now, Sling TV is offering its services for free between the hours of 5pm and midnight. With the concert starting at 8pm and lasting around 2 hours, viewers can enjoy the entire concert for exactly $0. Sling's Happy Hour requires no subscription - simple enter your information and zip code to create an account, and you'll be able to access over 50 channels free of charge between those hours every day, including the channels on which the concert will be aired. 

Sling TV: now free between 5pm and midnight
All you need to do is sign up for a Sling TV account and you can enjoy over 50 channels streaming live for free during Happy Hour (between 5pm and midnight), including Global Citizen's One World: Together at Home Concert. View Deal

If you've run out of features to watch on Netflix, Hulu, or any of the other best TV streaming services, Sling TV is a great option for a low price, if you opt for a subscription - right now, Sling TV Blue is $10 off for the first month.