By Eric Renner Brown
November 10, 2015 at 05:35 PM EST, the digital music service that provides downloads of concerts by artists ranging from Dave Matthews Band to Metallica, announced a streaming service for its content Tuesday. The subscription service launches with 10,000 professionally recorded concerts, and includes recent Halloween shows by the likes of Phil Lesh & Friends, Umphrey’s McGee, and Widespread Panic.

Available on iOS and Android, the service costs $12.99 per month or $129.99 per year, although users can also sign up for a seven-day free trial. Membership includes unlimited access to the app’s database of concerts. notes that non-subscribers will still be able to listen to “a rotating selection of featured shows” and a stream of the site’s round-the-clock radio service.

The service’s other features include playlist building, social sharing, curated shows, high-quality aduio streaming, offline playback, and access to fan reviews.

“For the fan of live music, there’s never been an easier way to have all of your favorite concerts at your fingertips,” the company wrote in a press release. “The app lets you choose that epic show from your favorite band’s tour, or find the best sets from back in the day. With the app, fans can revisit their favorite performances with ease and keep up with last night’s show.”

The service is just the latest in a busy year for the streaming industry that also has seen the launches of TIDAL and Apple Music.