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Concert Live Stream Options – Billboard

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Since the pandemic suspended in-person live music from 2020, the popularity of concert streaming has started to rise. Two years later, digital concerts have gone well beyond quarantine and continue to be a great way to connect music lovers around the world.

Now with this nugs.net exclusive offeryou can get On-demand VIP access to your favorite gigs anytime with the site’s audio and video collections of great shows around the world, plus live concerts to enjoy alongside other music fans in real time. For a limited time, nugs.net is offering a 42% discount on its annual subscription for Billboard readers who use the code billboard75 – so now music fans can pay just $75 for a subscription that regularly costs $129.99.

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What exactly does nugs.net have to offer? Billboard is here to break it down.

What is available to stream on nugs.net?

A nugs.net Membership gives you exclusive, unlimited access to ad-free, on-demand live audio and video recordings. (Subscribers also get 15% off the cost of all downloads, CDs and live stream tickets.)

nugs.net offers one of the largest libraries of live music content of any online platform, across a wide range of genres and eras. The on-demand audio option gives users access to almost 20,000 exclusive live concerts for streaming, wherever you are. Bruce Springsteen, Metallica, Pearl Jam, Phish, Red Hot Chili Peppers, John Fogerty, Jerry Garcia, The Grateful Dead and many more live music legends stream recordings from thousands of concerts they’ve performed in nugs.net.

The video on nugs.net includes a mix of live streams and on-demand archive content. There are live streams all the time, with many concerts available afterwards as videos on demand or even for download. And sometimes ticket holders can even download a high-resolution recording of a show for free. From mid-March, a number of live event streams will be made available exclusively to subscribers only via the app or website, both available for viewing on the big screen via Chromecast immediately, with Apple OS a quick follow-up in 2022.

What is the audio quality on nugs.net?

Attending a concert in person is always the best way to experience live music, but nugs.net is the next best thing. The service is designed for audiophiles with HiFi audio downloads and hi-res audio streaming available on demand in a variety of formats.

There is also a premium HiFi subscription option which, for a higher price, gives you access to 360 Reality Audio and MQA quality streams. To buy and/or download a live broadcast, you can choose between MP3, ALAC, FLAC, ALAC-HD or FLAC-HD audio formats.

How much does a subscription to nugs.net cost?

nugs.net is available on iOS, Android, AppleTV, Sonos, BluOS and desktop. A Premium subscription costs you $12.99 per month or $129.99 per year, and the Premium HiFi subscription option is also available for $24.99 per month or $249.99 per year. But for a limited time, nugs.net offers a $75 annual subscription to Billboard readers who use the code billboard75 – i.e. more than 40% reduction on their basic subscription.

If you want to try before you buy, all full-price subscriptions include a 30-day free trial period, giving you plenty of time to explore the service with the option to cancel before your first payment.

What artists are on nugs.net?

Even before signing up for the service, music fans can check out all the artist options available at nugs.net here. Among the sites best artists are Dead and Company, Pearl Jam, Metallica, Umphrey’s McGee and Santana.

You can also check nugs.net’s upcoming live stream schedule here — including more than half a dozen live performances coming this month from Grammy-winning bluegrass artist Billy Strings. Does nugs.net stream your favorite artist? To find here.

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