Bandcamp is extending Bandcamp Fridays throughout the remainder of 2020. This means on the first Friday of every month, Bandcamp will waive their sales fees to help put revenue directly into artists' pockets. Over the course of the four Bandcamp Fridays that have already happened in 2020, fans have spent over $20 million. The next Bandcamp Friday will happen on August 7.
"We started Bandcamp Fridays back in March to support artists impacted by the pandemic, and in the past few months the music community has come together in a huge way: in just four days, fans put more than $20 million directly into the pockets of artists and labels.
"That’s incredible, but just as amazing is that since the pandemic hit in March, fans have bought more than $75 million worth of music and merch directly from artists and labels, and to date, fans have paid artists over half a billion(!) dollars on Bandcamp.
"It’s a good reminder that Bandcamp Fridays are really an extension of what Bandcamp is about every day. Thank you to all the artists and labels who shared their music with us, and the fans who spent their hard-earned coins to support the artists they love.
"Because the pandemic is far from over, we’ll continue to hold Bandcamp Fridays on the first Friday of every month until the end of the year. A more detailed calendar is below.
"Stay tuned for more details, and until then we’ll continue working to make Bandcamp the best place to support artists every single day. Thank you again, and we wish you all safety and good health."
Bandcamp also recently announced they'll be donating their revenue share every Juneteenth to the NAACP Legal Defense Fund.