International musical artists Katy Perry and Bruno Mars have starred in various concerts around the world. But these celebrities are now bringing the musical experience directly to your living rooms.

Billboard reported that Perry has recently partnered with Xfinity’s On-Demand to take fans straight to her concert tours even when they are just staying at home. Xfinity’s On-Demand provides instant access to various popular movies, shows, and concerts to home television without any additional cost.

According to its official website, the service is also offered for the latest TV shows and on-demand movies just like the popular Netflix streaming program.

With this partnership, Perry’s “Witness: The Tour” can be watched at home through the On-Demand feature of Xfinity.

Perfect for fans

The home viewing version of Katy Perry’s newest concert tour will include never-before-seen footage, exclusive interviews and pre-production clips of her music videos. The viewers can be able to see the making of her iconic videos such as “California Gurls” and “Firework,” Billboard added.

The singer is about to kick off her “Witness” concert tour in Montreal on September 19. She will feature the newest songs from her latest album of the same title.

Fans who are not able to buy tickets and personally arrive at the venues still have a chance to watch her performance, thanks to Xfinity’s On-Demand feature.

The service will also include videos from all the North American shows of her concert tour. Unlike the live audiences, these home viewers will be provided with a backstage access as well, the music website noted.

Bruno Mars’ primetime debut

Just like Katy Perry, Bruno Mars will also debut his first primetime television show featuring his famous hits, Rolling Stone reported.

The singer’s primetime show is titled “Bruno Mars: 24K Magic Live At The Apollo.” It will be aired this November on CBS from 10:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. ET.

Shooting for his upcoming primetime TV stint has already begun. Filming took place at the Apollo Theater at the Big Apple. The program will begin with a performance of his hit songs done on the marquee of this New York theater space.

“The Hooligans” are also participating in the show and will offer street-style performances, as seen on Mars’ music video “Uptown Funk.” Taping will go in the next few weeks as the show also features never-before-seen videos of his performances, Rolling Stone added.

Both the singers are excited about their upcoming television shows. Perry told Billboard that her new show would take fans “behind the curtain” of her concert tours. She added, “It means a lot to me for all of my fans to feel like they can come along.”