There's no way around the fact that how we listen to live concerts has changed forever. The largest concert promoters are turning to live-streaming and rumor has it that Spotify may also be headed that way.
My hunch is that the High End listener is less affected by live-streaming's generally poor sound quality. We are watching for other reasons -- visuals, community, participating, etc. I've had a lot of artists ask how they can improve their recording quality and it's very hard to get audiophile quality recordings without years of understanding how mic position and expensive gear changes the sound. Besides, look what happens to a musician who does start to learn about audio engineering -- suddenly they become audio engineers and musicianship takes a backseat. I have first hand experience with that concept.
Over the next year we will probably make the jump to more audio for video. It's been on my mind for a lot of years. We won't give up on HD audio and recording to DSD. We plan to expand on that. But for our future it's going to make sense to learn more about video and help our artists get better at setting up their live-streams.