Sick of paying for concert tickets? This app lets you stream live music.

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Single-touch access to more than 35 global music festivals, exclusive interviews, and more.
Single-touch access to more than 35 global music festivals, exclusive interviews, and more.

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TL;DR: Get a one-year subscription to LiveXLive Radio Plus for just $19.99 (a 58% savings), or a five-year subscription for $69.99 (a 70% savings) when you purchase via the Mashable Shop. 

A brief thought experiment, if you will: What if you could attend Lana Del Rey’s set at this month’s Paléo Festival de Nyon without paying for round-trip plane tickets to Switzerland or paying any entry fees? (This is assuming that tickets aren’t already sold out for the day of her performance, which they definitely are.)

Turns out that’s exactly what you’d able to do if you install LiveXLive, an ingenious app that combines live music streaming with personalized radio.

Founded in 2009, LiveXLive redesigned its app this spring. It now features single-touch access to more than 35 global music festivals, exclusive interviews, album release parties, behind-the-scenes footage, streams, episodic content, podcasts, and other audio content spanning genres and formats. 

“Our goal is to create the ultimate personalized video, audio, and social destination for music fans, with unparalleled access to the artists,” the company explained in a press release. Such access gives listeners opportunities to become part of music and festival communities, even when they can’t attend in-person. 

But that’s only half of what you can do on the new LiveXLive app. It also functions just like Pandora in that it lets users browse, create, and share personalized music stations via mobile or web,  whether they’re at home or on the go. With millions of recorded songs available, it’s only a matter of time before you find your latest jam. 

The LiveXLive app is free, although you can only enjoy ad-free listening with unlimited skips and top-notch audio quality by subscribing to its LiveXLive Plus service. It’s normally $47.88 a year, but just because we think you’re special, Mashable readers can sign up for just $19.99 — a 58% discount.

P.S. Want to score even more savings? You can sign up for a five-year subscription right now for only $69.99 — a 70% discount on its usual price of $239.40.


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