14 of the Best Concert Movies to Stream Right Now

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Whether it's because a specific day just didn't work out to attend that live show or the fact that you simply weren't born yet, we've all missed out on concerts we've wanted to attend. Thankfully for film, it makes these instances hurt a bit less.

The main separation between a concert movie and a music documentary is simply the amount of time focused on the artists themselves: a documentary might tell the whole life story of one particular person whereas a concert film is centered around a specific performance or a tour. The following 14 films span the 1960s to the present day, touching on a wide variety of genres and iconic performances throughout the years.

1. "Sign o' the Times"

Watch on Tubi

2. "Nirvana: Live at the Paramount"

Watch on AppleTV

3. "HOMECOMING: A film by Beyoncé"

Watch on Netflix

4. "Woodstock: 3 Days of Peace and Music"

Watch on Prime Video

5. "Amazing Grace"

Watch on Hulu

6. "Rockshow"

Watch on Peacock

7. "Monterey Pop"

Watch on HBO Max

8. "Shine a Light"

Watch on Prime Video

9. "Summer of Soul"

Watch on Hulu

10. "Madonna: Truth or Dare"

Watch on Paramount+

11. "Miss Americana"

Watch on Netflix

12. "Gimme Shelter"

Watch on HBO Max

13. "The Beatles: Get Back" (Episode 3)

Watch on Disney+

14. "Carole King and James Taylor: Just Call Out My Name"

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