Yesterday, Disney shared that Hulu has penned a deal with C3 Presents and Live Nation to share livestreams from Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza and Austin City Limits Festival starting in 2022 and continuing into 2023.

The deal comes after Hulu served as the exclusive streaming partner of Lollapalooza in 2021, sharing select performances to subscribers of its on-demand and livestreaming TV services.

“Hulu and Live Nation are both committed to delivering exceptional entertainment to fans, so we are thrilled to be collaborating with them, again, as we expand our offering to include these three legendary festivals,” said Joe Earley, the President of Hulu, in a statement on Thursday.

Charlie Walker, an executive at the production company in charge of the music festivals, C3 Presents, said the demand for live music is at an all-time high, and Hulu’s partnership with three of its biggest music festivals in the nation will get live concerts in front of more people.

“By expanding our partnership with Hulu, even more fans will be able to tune into each of these incredible festival experiences in real-time and enjoy live performances from their favorite artists with the fans on-site,” Walker said.

The first livestream will take place at Bonnaroo on June 16 through 19 from Manchester, Tenn. with musical acts: Stevie Nicks, Tool, J. Cole, Robert Plant & Alison Krauss, The Chicks, Herbie Hancock, Flume, Billy Strings, Lord Huron, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, The War On Drugs, Goose, Bleachers, Marc Rebillet and more.

Lollapalooza’s stream is set to take place on July 28 through 31 from Grant Park in Chicago and showcase Metallica, J. Cole, Green Day, Jane’s Addiction, Glass Animals, Billy Strings, Liquid Stranger, Polo & Pan and more.

The final stream for this year will take place at Austin City Limits Festival on the weekends of Oct. 7 through 9 and 14 through 16 from Austin’s Zilker Park. As is tradition, Austin City Limits will welcome a diverse group of talent including Red Hot Chili Peppers, James Blake, Arlo Parks, Robert Glasper, Wet Leg, Lil Nas X, Kacey Musgraves, P!nk, Goose and more.

Hulu declared itself the “official streaming destination” for the major festivals, and will offer “special footage” and “behind-the-scenes looks” at the festivals. Two livestreams will air from two different live feeds Friday through Sunday, with a single feed on Thursday from Bonnaroo and Lollapalooza. Streams will be available at no extra cost to subscribers, with full schedules to be announced at a later date.

This week, Disney stated that Hulu has amassed over 45 million subscribers, including over 41 million who pay for either the ad-supported or commercial-free version of Hulu’s subscription video-on-demand product or SVOD. According to Disney, the SVOD service grew by 300,000 subscribers in the three-month period ending in April.