One of the biggest tech shows in the world is kicking off on Monday with an all-virtual event due to concerns over the coronavirus.

The 2021 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) will livestream its entire program lineup Monday through Thursday, including speaker presentations, exhibits, product announcements, and live performances.

To watch all that CES has to offer, attendees must register for the event on the CES website by creating a new account profile. Money Control notes that general attendees only need to be 18 years of age or older to get access. For media professionals, the signup process may require proof of industry affiliation in the consumer technology industry.

Once registered, attendees will be able to log into their account to view CES 2021, where they will have access to all the events being offered.

The event will kick off with a keynote address from Verizon Chairman and CEO Hans Vestberg, who will discuss 5G as a framework of the 21st century and the move of the technology into the global community.

Other presentations will be provided by GM’s Chairman and CEO Mary Barra, AMD’s President and CEO Dr. Lisa Su, Best Buy’s Corie Barry, Fortune Media Corporation’s Alan Murray, Microsoft’s President Brad Smith, Walmart’s Doug McMillon, and the Consumer Technology Association’s Senior Vice President of Political and Industry Affairs Tiffany Moore.

Experts from Nike, WarnerMedia Group, Mastercard, and LinkedIn, to name a few, will also attend.

When it comes to musical entertainment, there will also be an exclusive, 30-minute live performance by Billie Eilish on Tuesday at 7 p.m. EST.

CES 2021 goes live at 6 p.m. EST on Monday with pre-show coverage with the live event starting at 6:30 p.m. with the keynote address. Check out the full 2021 schedule here.

CES organizers announced in July that the show would go virtual in 2021 as part of an effort to reduce the spread of coronavirus during the event, which traditionally draws enormous crowds.

At the time, Gary Shapiro, president and CEO at the Consumer Technology Association, said in a statement, “Amid the pandemic and growing global health concerns about the spread of COVID-19, it's just not possible to safely convene tens of thousands of people in Las Vegas in early January 2021 to meet and do business in person.”

The Consumer Electronics Show will be held in digital format after the pandemic forced organizers to cancel the annual technology extravaganza in Las Vegas The Consumer Electronics Show will be held in digital format after the pandemic forced organizers to cancel the annual technology extravaganza in Las Vegas. Photo: GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / David Becker