If you’re all done shopping for deals this Amazon Prime Day, now’s the time to sit back and relax and watch a show. The Amazon Prime Day is a three-part concert series available on Prime Video. It will feature performances from musical artists Billie Eilish, H.E.R. and Kid Cudi.
Amazon released a trailer for the three-part event last week to give you a taste of what to expect from this so-called “immersive musical experience”.
The Prime Day Show is already available to stream on Amazon Prime Video as of 17 June 2021. Unlike a lot of the Amazon Prime Day deals themselves, you don’t need an Amazon Prime subscription in order to watch.
The Prime Day Show will be available to members and non-members alike for 30 days. So if you’re too busy shopping to watch, don’t panic. You can stream the event later at a time that’s convenient for you.
It’s worth noting that the Prime Day Show will also be available to stream on Twitch and IMDb TV, both of which are owned by Amazon. And you can stream it on Amazon devices such as the Fire TV stick, Echo Show, and on Fire tablets with Prime Video.
You’ll even be able to listen to the entire 42-track playlist from the event on Amazon Music.
The Prime Day show is being marketed as more than just a concert, with immersive elements and video experiences making it more like a musical than anything else.
It consists of three shows by three different musical artists: Billie Eilish, H.E.R. and Kid Cudi. Each show lasts roughly 25 minutes and will "fuse performance and storytelling, transporting fans to worlds inspired by Paris, The Dunbar Hotel, and outer space," Amazon said.
Billie Eilish's show is 27 minutes long and is set in a classic Parisian neighborhood. It will feature music from her new album Happier Than Ever 27-minute show. It also coincides with the launch of the Billie Eilish Merch Collection, which includes hoodies, t-shirts, and accessories.
H.E.R.'s Prime Day Show takes place in a re-imagined Dunbar Hotel, the famous hotel that once hosted performances from musicians, such as Duke Ellington, Lena Horne, and Billie Holiday in the 1930s/40s in Los Angeles. Tune in to hear new materia from H.E.R.'s new album, Black of My Mind.
Kid Cudi's latest album, Man on the Moon III, is featured in his 25-minute show in which he boards a rocket ship into space –– this one doesn’t include Jeff Bezos on the passenger list.
Kid Cudi's show will include the International Space Orchestra, an orchestra composed of scientists from NASA Ames Research Center, the SETI Institute, Singularity University, and the International Space University.