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Where to Stream Online EDM Concerts
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Where to Stream Online EDM Concerts

Home Editorials Where to Stream Online EDM Concerts

The EDM community is growing more and more as time passes by, and for fans, that’s great news. If you were to take a trip down memory lane, there weren’t so many EDM artists in the industry that fans could listen to. But now, you’ll be overwhelmed with the number of talented artists that you’d want to listen to 24/7. Okay, that might seem excessive but the point is, there’s more amazing EDM out there that’s waiting for you. Since you’re here, it’s safe to assume that you don’t have the time or resources to catch every single set happening around the world. 

Festival tickets can be expensive, and catching your favorite DJs on tours might not always be in the cards. But don’t worry. There are several ways for you to watch EDM concerts in the comfort of your own home. All you need is a capable device, the right streaming services, and a fast and stable internet connection. Are you ready? Let’s begin!


Hulu is a popular streaming platform for movies and TV shows, as well as live TV channels with their Hulu + Live TV. However, not everyone knows that Hulu also livestreams specific EDM sets for Bonnaroo, Austin City Limits, and Lollapalooza. If you have a Hulu subscription, it’s worth checking their live event listings to see if any upcoming festivals cater to your EDM cravings. But remember, Hulu focuses more on mainstream music festivals, so finding dedicated EDM events might be a gamble. Then again, when watching on this platform, all you’ll need is your streaming device and fast internet.

If you’re not yet decided on whether to get a subscription or not, don’t worry, Hulu offers a 30-day free trial for you to test the waters and figure out if their platform can meet your specific needs. The cheapest Hulu plan starts at $7.99 per month. But if you’re going to go for the one with live TV, you will need to pay $89.99 per month.


During this time, is there anything YouTube doesn’t have? We’re all aware that YouTube has always been the go-to platform for free music videos. In the past years, many EDM artists started using the platform to live stream their sets. Even the biggest music festivals can be streamed here, such as the Ultra Music Festival and Coachella. Still, you will need to have a stable internet to watch this. Otherwise, you’ll have to endure constant buffering, low-quality video, and disconnects. Make sure to have a reliable wireless provider before you start attending online EDM concerts. 


We know what you might be thinking right now… isn’t Twitch only used by gamers? Technically, you’re partially right. Twitch started as a gamer’s hub to stream their gameplay, but it now hosts all sorts of content, including music. Some of the the popular EDM artists right now also streams on Twitch too, like Deadmau5, Dirt Monkey, JVNA, and even the legendary Daft Punk (but only occasionally, a.k.a whenever they feel like it). 

If you haven’t explored Twitch enough, then you’re missing out. Don’t worry, it’s not yet too late for you to catch up with all the fun that’s happening there. There are also a lot of up-and-coming EDM artists that live stream sets on Twitch, so if you’re feeling adventurous and want to discover new artists beyond the mainstream EDM, Twitch is your best platform. Just make sure you have a fast internet connection too. That’s very important for all livestreams.

Wrapping Up

These three platforms are the best streaming services for streaming EDM concerts and festivals. While this list isn’t long, you can rest assured that each of the platforms we shared can provide you with the content you’ve been craving for. You just need to be updated with the live stream schedule so you don’t miss their sets. Enjoy! 


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