Veeps is a streaming service offering access to live and on-demand concerts, events, and shows by artists, and it also now offers the option to sign up for an All Access subscription.
In the past, Veeps operated as more of a pay-per-view service where live music fans could buy a ticket to watch individual concerts and events on their own devices. The new subscription option not only unlocks access to all of the live shows, but also makes it possible to rewatch on-demand shows for even longer.
The new All Access subscription from Veeps service costs $11.99 a month. There is also the option to sign up on an annual basis for $120 a year, which breaks down to $10 a month on average. In announcing the new subscription option, Veeps CEO, Joel Madden, explained how “music fans have become used to having concerts and live performances available in the same way they consume sports and movies,” making a subscription tier the obvious way forward.
“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,” said Joel Madden, Veeps Co-founder and CEO.
As mentioned, subscribers get access to an extensive library of live concerts, music-related content, and special exclusives. In total, the service claims to offer around 3,000 hours of on-demand shows and exclusive content to All Access subscribers.
Further expanding the catalog, Veeps has also announced its first two original content series. While Sidehustles (w/t) is a newly greenlit series, Artist Friendly is a music interview podcast-turned-filmed talk show, and the first episode (with Brandon Boyd of Incubus) will be available to watch from October 4.
For those considering giving the new All Access subscription a try, the Veeps app is available to download on Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, and Roku devices, as well as Android and iOS mobile devices.