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This week, Amazon announced a brand new way that it will be spreading holiday joy this year: Amazon Music Holiday Plays.
This three-part holiday concert series will be hosted by Lil Nas X and will premiere on Tuesday, Dec. 1. A new episode will air every Tuesday at 8 pm ET through Dec. 15.
According to a press release from Amazon, “This global music moment is the first holiday special from Amazon Music, and will feature outlandish sets, playful Q&As, and intimate performances from artists.”
“Amazon Music Holiday Plays kicks off with trailblazer Miley Cyrus in her first performance since the release of her new album, Plastic Hearts, and Grammy Award-winning artist Lil Nas X will not only host, but kick off the first episode with the world premiere live performance of his new single, ‘HOLIDAY.'”
This at-home viewing experience is a great way to celebrate the festive season from the comfort of your own couch — and there are multiple ways for you to tune into the fun. You can catch the stream from the Amazon Music app, Amazon Music’s Twitch channel, Prime Video and, of course, the homepage of Amazon.com when things kick-off on Dec. 1.
Want to start listening to holiday music ASAP? Right now is a great time to sign up for Amazon Music Unlimited because you can get three months of the streaming service for free.
When you snag this deal, you’ll be able to take advantage of all the service has to offer for free for three months. Your membership will automatically renew at $9.99 a month, but as always, you can cancel at any time. If you’re already an Amazon Prime member, your membership will renew at just $7.99 a month.
Reminder: This offer is only available to new subscribers to Amazon Music Unlimited. Grab this amazing deal before it ends!
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