Catching all your favorite musicians live can be quite a chore, from finding the venue, dealing with expensive parking, and nabbing a seat that could potentially be obstructed. Concert livestreamer Veeps is looking to cut through that hassle.
The concert live streaming service, which blew up during the pandemic, launched Veeps All Access, a new subscription service granting fans unlimited access to all the live shows, on-demand content, and artist exclusives. Members can watch live music from popular artists performing in iconic venues anytime.
Veeps All Access costs $11.99 a month or $120 for a year-long subscription, and is only available to U.S. residents, although an international launch is planned at some point.
With All Access, music enthusiasts can catch all their favorite artists no matter where they’re performing. Members can watch sold-out shows or rewatch any concert in Veep’s extensive content library, all from the comfort of their living room. All Access offers recommendations to subscribers to help them branch out for their go-to genres and explore a massive selection of talented performers.
“As music fans have become used to having concerts and live performances available in the same way they consume sports and movies, it was obvious that we needed to create a model that wasn’t limited to pay-per-view,” said Joel Madden, co-founder and CEO of Veeps. “An all-in music service like All Access is breaking new ground, and we’re committed to setting a standard that is accessible for fans, compensates artists fairly, and continues to deliver the high-quality shows that we’ve become known for. All Access is the next iteration of Veeps as we head towards a future where every concert will be streamed.”
Catch performances from 5 Seconds of Summer, Alanis Morissette, Alan Jackson, Aerosmith, Amy Winehouse, Bob Dylan, Bob Marley, Bruce Springsteen, Coheed And Cambria, The Cure, Def Leppard, Evanescence, Fall Out Boy, Grateful Dead, Imagine Dragons, J Balvin, JVKE, Katy Perry, The Killers, Metallica, Miguel, Mumford & Sons, Muse, Niall Horan, Norah Jones, Nothing But Thieves, OneRepublic, Rage Against the Machine, The Rolling Stones, Shania Twain, Sheryl Crow, Slipknot, Sting, The Smashing Pumpkins, The Who, Westlife, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and more.
In addition, Veeps said there would be additional content. On October 4, Veeps debuted its first original series, Artist Friendly, a podcast turned talk show featuring interviews with musicians such as Brandon Boyd of Incubus.
Veeps is an affiliate of Live Nation Entertainment and has partnered with Amazon, Ticketmaster, and Verizon to offer concerts, music videos, and documentaries to a broader audience.
“Live performances have a unique magic, and Veeps has done an incredible job bringing fans that experience in their homes,” said Michael Rapino, president and CEO of Live Nation Entertainment President. “All Access is giving fans a new way to discover music and artists, another marketing platform that will only continue to fuel the demand for live with an even bigger world of concerts at our fingertips.”
The app kicked off this month by streaming the sold-out concert for The Postal Service and Death Cab for Cutie. Members can catch upcoming performances by Run The Jewels, Macklemore, Jessie Ware, Chappell Roan, A R I Z O N A, Bad Omens, Bishop Briggs, Boys Like Girls, Misterswives, Metric, Senses Fail, Frank Turner, Waterparks, OhGeesy, Flatbush Zombies, Kiana Ledé, Phabo, Darius Rucker, Jason Aldean, and Shane Smith & The Saints. New shows are added every week.
Sign up at Veeps or download the app on iPhone, Android, Apple TV, or Roku.