Folks, if you happen to be a Swiftie and an Amazon Prime member then you’re in luck because Taylor Swift is headlining the 2019 Prime Day Concert.
And yes, before we even get into it, Prime Day will stream globally and on-demand. Amazon Prime confirmed it in a tweet shortly after they name-dropped your fave so we’re covered.
Hosted by actor and comedian Jane Lynch, Swift will lead the lineup which also features SZA, Becky G, and Dua Lipa.
Presented by Amazon Music, Amazon Prime will stream the event on July 10, which – because of lovely time zones – is 11:00am on July 11 for us Aussies.
If you’re not so familiar with Amazon Prime Day, it’s a very, very, very big annual shopping day(s) exclusive to Prime members. According to our friends at Lifehacker Australia, Amazon Prime Day will kick off on July 15 with thousands of products discounted across a heap of categories.
Prime Day starts at 00:01 AEST on Monday, 15 July and will run for 48 hours PLUS an extra 17 hours for flashy deals straight from the United States of A.
Mark your calendars for the #PrimeDay Concert featuring @taylorswift13, with @DUALIPA, @iambeckyg, & @sza on July 10th only on @PrimeVideo presented by @AmazonMusic! https://t.co/QqPWtrgTBL pic.twitter.com/3tFpGJTb5X
— Amazon Music (@amazonmusic) June 27, 2019
Swift, a 10-time Grammy Award-winning artist, is currently gearing up for the release of her seventh studio album, Lover. You can expect to see this baby on the shelves come August 23. There are reportedly 18-tracks all up, which already includes ‘ME!’ featuring Brendon Urie and Swift’s anti-hate anthem, ‘You Need To Calm Down.’
Will Swift tease a new tune at the global concert? Probably.Image: Getty Images / Rich Fury