How To Stream Music Festivals 2023
Bring the concert to your living room! We’ve compiled a guide to the year’s biggest music festivals available to stream online.
Music festivals are back in full swing, and you can stream some of the most popular ones from wherever you are.
In 2023, three prolific festivals—Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, and Austin City Limits—are exclusively available to stream live on Hulu. All you need is a basic Hulu subscription (starting at $7.99 a month).
Keep scrolling for more details on each festival—including an expanded list of other key music events happening this year.
How to watch Lollapalooza live
While Hulu hosted Lollapalooza in the past, none of those live sets are available to watch on demand through the streaming service. But you can find many past performances on each artist’s YouTube page. (We frequently rewatch Tyler, The Creator’s 2021 Lolla set for its pure, contagious energy.)
How to watch Bonnaroo live
The 2023 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival occurred June 15–18 in Manchester, Tennessee. The four-day event featured electronic, rap, and rock headliners like Zeds Dead, Kendrick Lamar, and Foo Fighters.
The festival streamed live on Hulu across two separate channels. Unfortunately, none of last year’s performances are available on demand through Hulu. But you can find select recaps on YouTube.
2023 music festival schedule
Many music festivals are returning to the stage in 2023. We’ve highlighted some of our favorite ones in the table below.
Not every event is available to watch online, but some may offer remote viewing options. For instance, both weekends of Coachella 2023 will stream on YouTube, while BBC iPlayer is the streaming home of Glastonbury Festival.
|Festival||Dates||Headliners||How to stream|
|Rolling Loud California||March 3–5||Playboi Carti, Travis Scott, Future, and Lil Wayne||RollingLoud.com|
|SXSW Music Festival||March 13–19||New Order, Tangerine Dream, and Killer Mike||SXSW TV|
|Dreamville Festival||April 1–2||Usher, Burna Boy, and J. Cole with Drake||Prime Video|
|Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival||April 14–16 and 21–23||Bad Bunny, BLACKPINK, and Frank Ocean||YouTube|
|The Governor's Ball Music Festival||June 9–11||Lizzo, ODESZA, and Kendrick Lamar||Twitch|
|Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival||June 15–18||Zeds Dead, Liquid Stranger, Kendrick Lamar, ODESZA, and Foo Fighters||Hulu|
|Summerfest||June 22–24, June 29–July 1, and July 6–8||Eric Church, Dave Matthews Band, Ava Max, and Imagine Dragons||N/A|
|Glastonbury Festival||June 23–25||Arctic Monkeys, Guns N' Roses, Elton John, and Lizzo||BBC iPlayer*|
|Summer Smash Festival||June 23–25||Kid Cudi, Future, and Playboi Carti||N/A|
|ESSENCE Festival||June 29–July 3||Ms. Lauryn Hill and Megan Thee Stallion||Hulu|
|Rolling Loud Miami||July 21–23||Playboi Carti, Travis Scott, and A$AP Rocky||Prime Video, Twitch|
|Pitchfork Music Festival||July 21–23||Alvvays, Weyes Blood, and Bon Iver||Pitchfork.com, YouTube|
|Lollapalooza||August 3–6||Billie Eilish, Karol G, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Lana Del Rey||Hulu|
|Austin City Limits Music Festival||October 6–8 and 13–15||Kendrick Lamar, Foo Fighters, and Mumford & Sons||Hulu|
Past music festival schedules
|Festival||Dates||Headliners||How to stream|
|SXSW Music Festival||March 14–20, 2022||Beck, Dolly Parton, and Shawn Mendes||SXSW TV|
|Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival||April 15–17 and 22–24, 2022||Harry Styles, Billie Eilish, and Swedish House Mafia w/ The Weeknd||YouTube|
|The Governor's Ball Music Festival||June 10–12, 2022||Kid Cudi, Halsey, and J. Cole||Twitch|
|Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival||June 16–19, 2022||J. Cole, Tool, and Stevie Nicks||Hulu|
|Glastonbury Festival||June 22–26, 2022||Billie Eilish, Paul McCartney, and Kendrick Lamar||BBC iPlayer*|
|Summerfest||June 23–25, June 30–July 2, and July 7–9, 2022||Machine Gun Kelly, Halsey, Jason Aldean, and Justin Bieber||N/A|
|ESSENCE Festival||July 1–3, 2022||Nicki Minaj, Janet Jackson, and New Edition||Hulu|
|Pitchfork Music Festival||July 15–17, 2022||The National, Mitski, and The Roots||Pitchfork.com, YouTube, Twitter|
|Rolling Loud Miami||July 22–24, 2022||Kid Cudi, Future, and Kendrick Lamar||Twitch|
|Newport Folk Festival||July 22–24, 2022||Deer Tick, Marcus Mumford & Friends, and Lucius||N/A|
|Lollapalooza||July 28–31, 2022||Metallica, Dua Lipa, and Green Day||Hulu|
|Mo Pop Festival||July 30–31, 2022||Glass Animals and Big Sean||N/A|
|AFROPUNK Brooklyn||September 10–11, 2022||Burna Boy and The Roots||Twitch|
|Life Is Beautiful Music & Art Festival||September 16–18, 2022||Arctic Monkeys, Calvin Harris, and Lorde||Twitch|
|Firefly Festival||September 22–25, 2022||Halsey, My Chemical Romance, Green Day, and Dua Lipa||TikTok|
|Rolling Loud New York||September 23–25, 2022||Nicki Minaj, A$AP Rocky, and Future||Twitch|
|Austin City Limits Music Festival||October 7–9 and 14–16, 2022||Red Hot Chili Peppers, Lil Nas X, and Kacey Musgraves||Hulu|
Other ways to watch live concerts
Live virtual concerts aren’t as popular as in 2020 and 2021. But there are still several ways to watch full music shows online.
YouTube is one of the most accessible websites to stream live music. Its YouTube Music streaming service populates a free Live Performances playlist, featuring anything from award show performances to studio sessions.
Streaming services like Amazon Prime Video, Max, and Netflix also host several on-demand concert films and documentaries. But Paramount+ is the go-to destination if you want MTV and VH1 content like MTV Unplugged and Behind the Music.