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Billboard’s Live At-Home series is continuing into May.
The performances for the week of May 11 will feature at-home sets from Hanson, Noah Cyrus and more via Billboard’s Facebook page. Loud Luxury will kick things off on Monday (May 11) with a set at 1 p.m. EST. Other acts slated to perform during the week include: Natanael Cano & Junior H and Camilo.
The Billboard Live series launched on March 19 with the help of JoJo, Josh Groban and Russell Dickerson, who selected nonprofits to support during their livestream to benfit those most affected by COVID-19. Billboard Live At-Home series thus far has helped charities such as Meals on Wheels America, Downtown Women’s Center, My Friend’s Place and more.
Tune in to Loud Luxury’s set Monday, and check out the week’s full schedule below.
1 p.m. ET — Natanael Cano & Junior H
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