7 concert films you should watch if you’re really missing live music

(Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images for Coachella)
(Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images for Coachella) (2018 Getty Images)

Who knows when musicians will be able to get back on the road and we can attend concerts once again?

Some experts believe it could be more than a year until live concerts return to our daily lives, which is heartbreaking for people who love seeing live music.

So until then, the next best thing to do is watch a concert movie from one of your favorite artists. There are tons of them available to purchase with video on demand, but we compiled a list of concerts that are available to stream on platforms such as Netflix and Hulu.

From contemporaries like Beyoncé and Taylor Swift to some good ole oldies like Fleetwood Mac, these concert movies hopefully will bring you a little bit of joy during these unsettling times.


Do you want to see what excellence looks like? Look no further than Beyoncé's “Homecoming,” her live concert that was filmed in 2018 when she headlined Coachella, the Southern California music festival. Beyoncé’s show was a dedication to black culture, particularly with historic black colleges, and everything about the performance was incredible. From the costumes, dancing and marching band music arrangements, Beyoncé transformed Coachella into “Beychella,” and we’re lucky enough that the entire show is documented. You can stream it on Netflix.

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