SiriusXM subscribers will get the chance to relive the live performances from recent concerts produced by the satellite radio giant with a new channel devoted to concert audio set to launch this weekend. Announced on Thursday, SiriusXM’s “Pop-Up Channel” (channel 30) will launch this Sunday (3/8) with a month-long schedule of performances as part of the “Superstar Concert Series.”

The audio will be pulled from the archive of SiriusXM’s subscriber-only performances dating back to 2010, including recent shows from Dave Matthews at the Los Angeles studios on 9/11/19, and Phish at The Met Philly on 12/3/19.

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Other subscriber-only performances to be broadcasted throughout the month will begin airing on March 9th with Paul McCartney at The Apollo (12/13/10), and will continue with Garth Brooks at Nashville’s The Ryman Auditorium (9/8/16), Bruce Springsteen at NYC’s The Apollo (3/9/12), Eagles at The Grand Ole Opry (10/29/17), and Billie Eilish at Los Angeles’ The Troubadour (9/18/19), to name a few.

“A hallmark and distinctive benefit of being a SiriusXM subscriber has been the chance to not only hear the best big-time and emerging artists on our great range of channels, but also to actually attend a live special show by the musical artists they love,” SiriusXM’s President/CCO Scott Greenstein said of the forthcoming live audio channel a statement. “We continue to hold great concerts for subscribers, but we wanted to share these great moments, and bring it all together in one place for our listeners.”

SiriusXM continues to make live events for their legion of subscribers a continued focus going forward into the new decade, as the company will host Pearl Jam at NYC’s The Apollo later this month on Thursday, March 26th.

Scroll down for the full schedule of upcoming “Superstar Concert Series” broadcasts on the soon-to-be-launched Pop-Up Channel.

SiriusXM “Superstar Concert Series” Schedule

March 9 – Paul McCartney at the Apollo (Dec. 13, 2010)
March 10 – Billie Eilish at The Troubadour (Sept. 18, 2019)
March 11 – Coldplay at Stephen Talkhouse (Aug. 7, 2016)
March 12 – Bruce Springsteen at The Apollo (March 9, 2012)
March 13 – Garth Brooks at The Ryman (Sept. 8, 2016)
March 14 – Dave Matthews at The (SiriusXM) Garage (Sept. 11, 2019)
March 15 – Bon Jovi at The Faena Theater (Dec. 3, 2016)
March 16 – Lady Gaga at The Apollo (June 24, 2019)
March 17 – U2 at The Apollo (June 11, 2018)
March 18 – Guns N’ Roses at The Apollo (July 20, 2017)
March 19 – Florida Georgia Line at The Ryman (May 29, 2019)
March 20 – Eagles at The Grand Ole Opry (Oct. 29, 2017)
March 21 – Metallica at The Apollo (Sept. 21, 2013)
March 22 – Mumford & Sons at Stephen Talkhouse (Aug. 25, 2019)
March 23 – KISS at The Whisky a Go Go (Feb. 11, 2019)
March 24 – Phish at The Metropolitan Opera House (Dec. 3, 2019)

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[H/T Billboard]