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The concert streaming platform Qello Concerts will feature a special slate of concert films for Pride month, including full shows by Madonna, Lady Gaga, Miley Cyrus, and more.

The Celebrating Pride Collection boasts a total of 14 titles, including live shows and documentaries. All are available to stream now via Qello’s website and Amazon Prime.

Among the 14 selections in the Celebrating Pride Collection are concert films from Madonna’s 2008 – 2009 Sticky and Sweet Tour and Cyrus’ 2014 Bangerz tour. It also boasts Lady Gaga’s The Monster Ball Tour at Madison Square Garden, Kylie Minogue’s Aphrodite: Les Folies — Live in London, and Elton John’s The Red Piano, which captures his mid-2000s residency at the Colosseum in Las Vegas.

To preview the collection, Qello has shared a handful of clips from several films in the series, including a clip of Lady Gaga performing “Bad Romance,” Madonna doing “Ray of Light,” and Cyrus doing “We Can’t Stop.”

Other films in the collection include the acclaimed Freddie Mercury documentary The Great Pretender, George Michael’s 2009 concert film Live in London, Sam Smith’s set at the 2014 iHeart Festival, Ricky Martin’s 1999 concert film One Night Only, Culture Club’s 1984 concert film Live in Sydney, and Donna Summer’s 1999 televised concert, VH1 Presents: Live and More Encore. Janelle Monáe’s Dirty Computer film to accompany her album of the same name will also be available to watch, along with Disclosure’s set at the 2015 Wildlife Festival and Cyndi Lauper’s 2015 concert celebrating the 30th anniversary of her debut Front and Center.

 

 

 

https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-news/madonna-lady-gaga-concert-films-qello-pride-month-collection-1176952/

 

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10 hours ago, Brendanlovesu1 said:

The concert streaming platform Qello Concerts will feature a special slate of concert films for Pride month, including full shows by Madonna, Lady Gaga, Miley Cyrus, and more.

The Celebrating Pride Collection boasts a total of 14 titles, including live shows and documentaries. All are available to stream now via Qello’s website and Amazon Prime.

Among the 14 selections in the Celebrating Pride Collection are concert films from Madonna’s 2008 – 2009 Sticky and Sweet Tour and Cyrus’ 2014 Bangerz tour. It also boasts Lady Gaga’s The Monster Ball Tour at Madison Square Garden, Kylie Minogue’s Aphrodite: Les Folies — Live in London, and Elton John’s The Red Piano, which captures his mid-2000s residency at the Colosseum in Las Vegas.

To preview the collection, Qello has shared a handful of clips from several films in the series, including a clip of Lady Gaga performing “Bad Romance,” Madonna doing “Ray of Light,” and Cyrus doing “We Can’t Stop.”

Other films in the collection include the acclaimed Freddie Mercury documentary The Great Pretender, George Michael’s 2009 concert film Live in London, Sam Smith’s set at the 2014 iHeart Festival, Ricky Martin’s 1999 concert film One Night Only, Culture Club’s 1984 concert film Live in Sydney, and Donna Summer’s 1999 televised concert, VH1 Presents: Live and More Encore. Janelle Monáe’s Dirty Computer film to accompany her album of the same name will also be available to watch, along with Disclosure’s set at the 2015 Wildlife Festival and Cyndi Lauper’s 2015 concert celebrating the 30th anniversary of her debut Front and Center.

 

 

 

https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-news/madonna-lady-gaga-concert-films-qello-pride-month-collection-1176952/

 

Thank u my dare for the information. and speaking to Lady Gaga's Someone has  her full Concert in 1080?

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1 hour ago, Brendanlovesu1 said:

they should've chose something camp like Into the Groove or the Iconic Candy Shop for a promo video instead, ROL on guitar just falls flat

Back in the day, it was the promo video that was circulating... from all the Hard Candy new songs, they choosed an already old song, with a flat performance... 

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Honestly we should be happy this is being done at all,

perhaps this will make a new generation of younger gays seek out Madonna's discography as well and videography and realize her impact on the community

ie she brought vogue and ball culture to the masses, sticking up for gay rights during the height of the aids crisis, being as resiliant as she is with all the ageism she has to endure etc is why a lot of gay men idolize her

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20 hours ago, boytoy77 said:

The incessant bitching about all things Madonna really gets old on this site...why is it so hard to appreciate what she has already done for us?? It is LOADS more than any other pop artist has ever done for the LGBTQ+ community!

Agree, the negativity on this site is beyond. 

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So back to the topic, I lazily browsed Amazon Prime this weekend for some Sticky & Sweet. I came across a PRIDE hub but no concerts....

https://www.amazon.com/gp/video/storefront/ref=atv_hm_hom_1_c_Otu5TS_cIrEwZ_4_4?contentType=merch&contentId=Pride&merchId=Pride

Anyone find the concerts on Amazon Prime? Do I have to join "Qello"?

Also interesting to note "The World Of Madame X" is no longer free to stream on Amazon Prime. 

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