Having passed 40 events last weekend, live-streamed music festival Isol-Aid is returning for its 41st instalment this Sunday (January 24).
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Similarly to previous renditions, Isol-Aid is free to enjoy, but viewers are encouraged to donate to the festival. All proceeds make their way back to the artists and their teams.
Isol-Aid recently made the move from Instagram to TikTok, with viewers now required to visit the TikTok profiles of the artists to see them perform live. The new partnership between Isol-Aid and the social media giant was announced back in December.
“Working with this global platform means more creativity, more content, more collaboration and more fans for local musicians,” Isol-Aid head Emily Ulman said in a press statement at the time.
“There are vast numbers of music fans on TikTok worldwide and we have this amazing opportunity to facilitate the creation of content that helps artists connect with them.”