Apple Music are celebrating Memorial Day weekend with a 72- hour concert experience called 'Best Seat In The House'.

A part of the ‘At Home With Apple Music’ initiative, Apple users are given a front row seat to 20 iconic performances from some of musics biggest names. The festivities have already begun and continue all weekend long via the Apple Music app or through the TV app's 'Watch Now' section.

Apple Music are also featuring unique ‘Best Seat in the House’ playlists showcasing the studio versions of the songs featured in each event.

The full "Best Seat In The House" concert schedule is as follows:

May 23: Pop’s Biggest Hitters:

Lady Gaga – The Monster Ball Tour Live at Madison Square Garden (New York City, 2011)
Coldplay – Live In São Paulo (São Paulo, Brazil, 2017)
Amy Winehouse – Live at Porchester Hall (London, 2007)
Lil Wayne – Live at House of Blues Los Angeles (Los Angeles, 2008)
Tyler, the Creator – Apple Music Presents: Tyler, the Creator (Los Angeles, 2019)
J Balvin – Bruuttal (Medellín, 2017)
Camila Cabello – New Music Daily Presents: Camila Cabello (Los Angeles, 2019)
One Republic – Live in South Africa (Johannesburg, 2015)

May 24: Rock Heroes:

Pearl Jam – Imagine in Cornice (multiple cities in Italy, 2006)
Metallica – Quebec Magnetic (Quebec City, 2009)
Rage Against the Machine – Live at Finsbury Park (London, 2010)
Nine Inch Nails – Beside You in Time (multiples U.S. cities, 2006)
U2 – 360 at the Rose Bowl (Pasadena, 2009)
Nirvana – Live at Reading (Reading, 1992)

May 25: Legends:

Eagles – Hell Freezes Over (Los Angeles, 1994)
Bob Marley – Uprising Live! (Dortmund, 1980)
Elton John – Live at Madison Square Garden (New York City, 2007)
The Rolling Stones – Hyde Park Live (London, 2013)
Queen – Live at Wembley ’86 (London, 1986)
Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band – London Calling: Live at Hyde Park (London, 2009).

Apple Music costs $9.99 per month for a single subscription or $14.99 per month for a family subscription for up to six people (through Family Sharing) or just $4.99 per month for students.