Amazon's Prime Day concert to feature Taylor Swift, Dua Lipa, SZA, and Becky G

In case you haven't heard, Prime Day is coming on July 15th. The 48-hour sale will feature millions of deals and discounts, exclusively for Amazon Prime members (opens in new tab). That makes now the perfect time to sign up for a free 30-day trial of Amazon Prime (opens in new tab). Ahead of the big sale, Amazon will be offering plenty of special promotions, including the Prime Day Concert (opens in new tab), which will headline Taylor Swift and feature special performances by Dua Lipa, SZA, and Becky G. As if that isn't cool enough, Jane Lynch will also be hosting. You can watch the trailer here.

Prime members can stream the Prime Day Concert live beginning July 10th at 9 PM ET. You'll also be able to watch it on-demand for a limited time after the concert has ended. Expect Taylor Swift's chart-topping singles You Need To Calm Down (opens in new tab) and ME! (opens in new tab) to make an appearance, Dua Lipa's certified bop New Rules (opens in new tab), SZA's Love Galore (opens in new tab), and Billboard hits like Mayores (opens in new tab) from award-winning artist Becky G. Basically, it's going to be a show that you won't want to miss. You can even get pumped now by asking Alexa (opens in new tab) to "play the Prime Day Concert playlist." This isn't the first time Amazon has held a special concert for Prime Day; last year, Ariana Grande headlined.

Coinciding with Amazon's star-studded plans, Prime members who haven't tried Amazon Music Unlimited can sign up for a four-month trial for only $0.99 starting today. That discount gets you unlimited access to ad-free streaming of over 50 million songs. What better opportunity to stream the concert's artists so you can learn every word?

Of course, the real party begins on July 15th. Expect fantastic deals on TVs, services, speakers, headphones, everyday essentials, and so much more. If you're curious, we've got you covered: here's everything you need to know about Prime Day.

Louryn Strampe

Louryn was seven when her shopping obsession began. It started with eBay and quickly escalated to Black Friday. Now she's a shopaholic -- no day is complete without a pile of packages on her front porch. She justifies it by refusing to pay full price. She also loves Skyrim, makeup, and beer. Find her on Twitter @lourynstrampe

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  • They should focus on being able to handle people buying stuff on the site without it crashing during the first few hours, and not worrying about streaming stupid concerts. The live talk show was bad enough.