There’s nothing like heading to a concert to see your favorite band live on stage or rock out at your favorite karaoke bar, but with the COVID-19 quarantine, concerts are canceled or postponed for the foreseeable future. Here’s some good news: Stingray Quello has a mega archive of concerts available that you can watch on your devices while imagining you are there in person.
The company has released a few of favorites, including a Bon Jovi documentary with vintage live footage of the band, Slash, Taylor Swift, the Beatles and more. Stingray Quello’s paid service is $11.99 a month (after a 7-day free trial) and has concerts from everyone, like Katy Perry, Beyonce, Queen and Nirvana. Until we can happily head back to Prudential Center or PNC Bank Arts Center to see some of our favorites, we’ll gladly stream our faves.
If you’re looking for classical music, symphonies or opera, there is Stingray Classica, which you can try out for free for a month (enter the code: freeview).
If concerts aren’t your jam, try Stingray Karaoke, which has a free catalog of tunes available until April 18. Pair this with a video conferencing app like Zoom or Facebook Messenger and you can have a fun virtual karaoke night with your BFFs.
The apps are available on the Apple Store and Google Play. Quello is also accessible on Amazon and the Roku Store.
Looking for more? You can stream more Broadway shows, concerts and symphonies online for free.
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