Amazon has kicked off its summer sales season on 10 July with a special treat for Taylor Swift, Dua Lipa, and SZA fans worldwide. Last night, Amazon held its first-ever Prime Day Concert– headlined by Swift – which it streamed live to Prime members in 200 countries across the globe. It is yet unknown whether this is a one-off concert or whether it will be repeated for Amazon Prime Day 2020.
The good news is: if you missed it, or would like to watch it again, you can. Amazon is making the concert available exclusively for Prime members for a limited time.
But if you don't have a Prime membership, there's still a way you can watch the concert. Sign up for a free 30-day trial of Amazon Prime and you'll be able to watch your favorite artists perform for as long as Amazon keeps it available on Prime Video.
The concert comes a few days ahead of Amazon Prime Day, which will start at midnight, Monday, July 15, and will run for a full 48 hours, instead of the normal 24. That's a whole extra day of savings on everything from kitchenware to toys, electronics, and a lot more.
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So who performed? Taylor Swift, Dua Lipa, SZA, and Becky G performed live for the two-hour special. Comedienne and actress Jane Lynch, of Glee, hosted the epic music extravaganza. Last year, singer Ariana Grande headlined the Amazon Music Unboxing Prime Day concert in New York, which was also live-streamed
Being Amazon, the concert advertises the company's Music Unlimited service, which the company is offering for just $.99 a month for 4 months. The Music Unlimited subscription is normally $7.99 a month, and is a streaming service that offers access to 50 million songs. You can also download songs if you need to listen offline, and can stream via Alexa-powered devices like the 3rd generation Echo Dot.