Qello

Watch thousands of full-length concerts and music documentaries.

Libby account required for access.

About Qello

Qello Concerts by Stingray is a streaming platform that offers a vast library of on-demand concerts and music documentaries. The platform features a wide variety of musical genres, including rock, pop, hip-hop, jazz, classical, and more. Users can access Qello Concerts through a web browser on their computer or  mobile devices.

One of the key features of Qello Concerts is the vast selection of full-length, high-quality concert films, featuring performances from some of the world’s most iconic artists, including Sting, The Rolling Stones, Beyoncé, Adele, Queen, and many more. Users can also access exclusive footage and behind-the-scenes content, as well as music documentaries and interviews with artists and industry experts. Qello Concerts also provides access to live concerts and music festivals, allowing viewers to experience the excitement of live music from the comfort of their own homes.

Overall, Qello Concerts by Stingray is a comprehensive and convenient platform for music lovers of all genres and ages to enjoy high-quality concerts and music documentaries.

Libby Extras

Login to Libby using your library card and get access to even more entertainment and educational resources. You’ll find these resources under the “Extras” section of Libby. Through Libby you can access exclusive services like AristWorks, Stingray Classica, Craftsy, Craftsy Español, iNDIEFLIX, Qello Concerts by Stingray, and The Great Courses!

What’s even better, extras don’t count against the borrowing limit in Libby!

To get started with an Extra, tap the service you want, then tap Get. This will take you out of Libby to get access to the service. Your library card gives you free access, but some providers may require you to create an account before you can use their service.

Note: You may see prompts for discounts and other promotions while accessing providers’ services. These can be safely ignored. Those are intended for users who pay out of their own pockets for those services.

For all extra resources except Kanopy, you borrow access to the service for a set amount of time. Often 7 day passes but some are longer. Borrowed services appear on your “shelf” so you can easily get back to them during your access period. Access periods vary by provider, but you can use the service as much as you’d like during your access period.

For Kanopy, you don’t borrow access to the service. Instead, tapping “Get takes you directly to the Kanopy app (once it’s installed), where you can borrow as many titles per month as your library allows. Since you’re not borrowing the service, Kanopy doesn’t appear on your “Shelf,” and you can access your account any time directly in the Kanopy app.

Enjoying your videos from your tablet, phone, or computer couldn’t be easier while on your home network. Follow the instructions below on how to set that up and use it on your particular device.

Use AirPlay to stream video or mirror the screen of your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

Cast video from Chromecast-enabled apps to your TV

Yes! There’s no limit to the amount of times you can access any of the services offered in Libby extras .

Libby’s extras are only for patrons of the Laurel County Public Library and it’s hidden from the rest of the users in the Kentucky Libraries Unbound consortium.

Just login with your library card and you should be able to view and access all the extras.

What it’s great for:
  • Enjoying concerts
  • Deep dives into music history
Works best on:
  • Computers (web browser)
  • Tablets (web browser)
  • Mobile Phones (web browser)
  • Televisions (Airplay/Casting)

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Frequently Asked Questions

You first need a library card and a Libby account. Once you have those, visit the “Extras” section in Libby to get access.

Note: If you’re using the Libby app on your phone or tablet, you’ll need to stay within Libby’s in app browser to continue to access to with that service.

Unfortunately you can’t. That’s designed for users that pay for the service out-of-pocket.

With Libby, each time you get a pass, the account that gets automatically created is only temporary and expires along with your pass.

When a concert is playing, from the lower right corner of the video player, hover your mouse cursor over the Captions icon and make a selection:

  • Captions settings: Configure your closed captions settings.
  • Captions off: Turns closed captions off.
  • Closed caption: Turns closed captions on.

You can also visit Libby’s website to get more help.

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