Five Virtual Parties For A Rainy Weekend At Home

BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — It may be a rainy weekend ahead in Massachusetts, and the vast majority of people may be under stay-at-home advisories, but that doesn't mean the party has to stop. DJ's, musicians, and entertainers across the world are setting up online club nights, homebound brunch parties, and much more.

Here's a list of some of the virtual parties you can take part in this weekend from the comfort of your own home.

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QuestLove's Nightly DJ Set

QuestLove is best known as the prolific drummer from The Roots, the hip-hop group with a residency on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. He's also one of the most knowledgeable musicians in the business, with a record collection to match.

Every night since New York City has been quarantined, QuestLove has been hosting hours-long nightly DJ sessions called "QuestLove Quarantine Qoolout," where he spins tracks and raises money for NYC's Food Hub. He streams his sets live every night at 10 p.m. ET on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Stitcher so you can donate to the cause and dance along with thousands of others inside living rooms across the world.

Beer Pong With Post Malone

The rapper is holding an 8-day long virtual beer pong championship to raise money for the pandemic relief, and he's got a few celebrity friends planning to join in. That includes former Patriots star Rob Gronkowski, Kansas City receiver Travis Kelce, Sports Illustrated model Camille Kostek, and MLB pitcher Trevor Bauer, according to TMZ.

Post is calling the virtual tournament the "Ballina Cup," and he says the fun will start with two matches per night with participants paying an entry fee that will go to charities fighting COVID-19.

Pink Eggs & Glam Virtual Drag Brunch

If you'll really miss brunch during these early weekends in quarantine, there are plenty of online options for entertainment while you pop a bottle of bubbly at home.

The online Pink Eggs & Glam Drag Brunch is offering a free virtual brunch session with Broadway star Cacophany Daniels on Sunday between 1-2 p.m.

Rock Out With Maine Musicians Online

If you're more into the hometown music scene, a bar in Bangor, Maine is putting its regular band on the virtual stage. Between 7-9 p.m. on Saturday, you can tune in to Penobscot Pour House live on Facebook and enjoy the musical stylings of their weekend band, Fire & Ice.

The bar is inviting its regular customers and new visitors alike to "link up and drink up and air guitar around your living room."

Sunday Funday Fitness

If working from home has become monotonous, you could always shake off the week with an at-home virtual Sunday Funday workout. Regardless of membership status, people in isolation are being offered free workout sessions with many nationwide companies during the coronavirus pandemic, as a way to stay health and connected despite quarantine.

Several health studios and gyms are offering free workout classes online this weekend, including CorePower Yoga, the YMCA, and Life Time Fitness.

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