Over the past year since the coronavirus pandemic began, we have had to adjust and find new ways to enjoy entertainment.
When it came to new movies, iTunes and streaming services came to be our best friends, as those were the outlets getting and selling rentals for those new movies, as well as some just being available for no additional cost through the streaming services.
For the music industry, many concerts across the U.S. were canceled or postponed, leaving many fans wondering how they could get their live music fix while being stuck at home.
Bandsintown has found a way to keep the live music industry going…sort of.
With Bandsintown PLUS, the service has 25 live new concerts each month by a variety of artists that include Charli XCX, Arlo Parks, Japanese Breakfast and over a dozen others.
The service costs $9.99 a month and has previously only been available to access on its iPhone and iPad apps, and on its website on the Mac. Now the day has come with its arrival on the Apple TV, giving users a chance to watch and listen to their favorite artists live on their in-home big screen.
Features of the service include watching live weekly concerts each month, Q&As with the artists with interviews and live chats and Hi-Fi Audio and HD video.
It is a free Apple TV app in the tvOS App Store and the Bandsintown PLUS subscription can be purchase via in-app purchases through the App Store.
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