Netflix has been upping their music concerts game over the past year.
While Netflix's selection of music concerts aren't vast, the ones that are on offer are pure quality.
While we all dream to go and see our favourite artists in the flesh on stage, sometimes it doesn't work out. So, allow us to introduce some of the best artists with their own shows that are currently available on Netflix that you can binge this Bank Holiday.
'Springsteen on Broadway'
If you want what feels like a personal music concert experience, then you have to watch 'Springsteen on Broadway'. The legendary singer shares lifetime stories and learnings from over the years in this one-man show. Filmed during his residency at the Walter Kerr Theatre in New York City, some of his songs including 'Born in the USA' and 'The Rising' are performed while being interspersed with spoken word passages.
'Taylor Swift reputation Stadium Tour'
Taking place in Arlington, Texas, Taylor Swift's juggernaut of a world tour made its way to Netflix on New Year's Eve last year - spurring you on to ring in the new year Swift style. Fans couldn't get enough of the show and the concert currently sits on Rotten Tomatoes with a very healthy 92%. Guest performers include Camilla Cabello, Charli XCX, as well as Tiffany Haddish.
'The Rolling Stones: Olé Olé Olé'
More of a mix between a documentary and an on-the-road concert, 'Olé, Olé, Olé!' follows one of the world's biggest bands (who are still going strong at their age) as they travel across South America, culminating with their final date in Cuba. The movie premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2016, and the documentary is beautifully shot by director Paul Dugdale (who also did Swift's 'reputation' tour too).
'Justin Timberlake + Tennessee Kids'
This music performance from Justin Timberlake and his ensemble is quite incredible. Filmed in 2015 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, it heralds the final performance of the 20/20 Experience World Tour. The first few minutes of the documentary are focussed on tracking down and chatting briefly with each person involved in the production before Justin Timberlake takes to the stage - and the Tennessee Kids involvement in the show is the best part of the performance.
One for all you Streisand fans out there - or actually, not just one but a rake of titles. Netflix has seven different Barbra Streisand music concerts and documentaries on offer, so if you're keen then there's plenty to choose from. Not only that, but there's also her version of 'A Star Is Born' on there too if you never got around to watching it. Her most recent release is entitled 'Barbra: The Music... The Mem'ries... The Magic!'.
'Hans Zimmer: Live in Prague'
Never managed to see Hans Zimmer live in concert? Or even managed to get tickets to his 'World of Hans Zimmer' in Dublin? Well then why not watch all two hours and 15 minutes from the comfort of your own home. Just close your eyes and imagine you're in one of the incredible worlds from 'Sherlock Holmes' to 'The Dark Knight' and 'Gladiator'. Or make a game out of it, trying to guess the movie before any of your family and friends can.
'2015 Dream Concert'
With BTS and Blackpink currently dominating the world, we thought we should include some K-Pop on our list. And this music concert is worth watching, even if it's just to see the reactions from most of the screaming Koreans in the perfectly-placed audience. Performances in the show come from some of K-Pop's biggest heavyweights including Monsta X, Got7, and Halo.
Beyoncé, in case you missed her, is very much back in our lives. Premiering last week, while also dropping a surprise live album too, 'Homecoming' had fans reminiscing about her Coachella performance at the 2018 music festival. Featuring behind-the-scene footage, as well as the full performance which included appearances from Destiny's Child and Jay-Z, we are interested to see just how many people viewed the documentary the first few days of its release.
If full-on documentaries are more your game, then check out our list of titles on Netflix here.