If you’re a fan of music, you may be interested in Prime Day Live – a free music event from Amazon that’s taking place this week. The show will feature 30-minute performances from Lewis Capaldi in Scotland, Celeste in England and Cate Le Bon in Wales in grassroot venues to rally support for these locations after the effects of COVID.
How to watch Amazon Prime Day Live
Here’s the good news – you don’t need to be signed up for Amazon Prime to watch the Prime Day Live music event. Everyone is welcome to watch for free at home. There are numerous ways to tune in:
The event will take place this Friday 9 October from 7pm-9pm BST. Each artist will perform a 30 minute set during the concert.
As well as tuning in live, viewers who watch the music fundraiser can also donate on Twitch directly to the Music Venues Trust – the charity that the event is geared towards. Alternatively, there is also a Crowdfunder for the cause. You can read more about Prime Day Live here.
Prime Day Live comes just ahead of Amazon Prime Day, which is taking place on 13-14 October. You’ll be able to get discounts across several tech products including phones, laptops, TVs, white goods and more. If you’ve not signed up for Prime yet, it costs £7.99 per month and gets you next day delivery, Amazon Prime Video and music streaming.