Today is a good day for H-Town’s live music lovers, as Jukely has officially launched in Houston. The subscription service, which is basically the Netflix of the music world, enables subscribers the chance to go to a concert of their choice, every day of the year, for a flat fee of $25 a month.  

Though customers will find many rising-star artists on Jukely’s schedule, there are also plenty of big name musicians on offer, too, in a range of genres. In Houston, for example, subscribers can currently nab tickets to see Lenny Kravitz, Ariana Grande, Bob Schneider, Michael Bolton and Counting Crows, among more than 100 other featured bands.

And if Houston’s current calendar wasn’t appealing enough, Jukely's service coverage extends into more than 15 cities and subscribers have access to concerts in any of those cities, too. NYC, San Francisco, Austin and Chicago are among some of the cities that are already in the mix, along with London and Toronto.

Other tidbits to note: New concerts appear on the website every day at 11 a.m., up to 2 days before showtime, and Jukely Passholders can choose the show they want to go to, claim a spot on the guest list and that’s it. For an extra $20/month Jukely clients can upgrade their subscription with a companion pass, allowing them to bring a guest to every show. Once at the venue, passholders let the ticket counter know that they’re on the Jukely Guestlist and head on in. No fees, no hassle, just concerts made easy.

For more information and to sign up, click here.

To see the current line-up of available Houston concerts, click here.