We need to calm down, but we can’t! Ten-time GRAMMY Award winner and one of the most influential artists of our time, Taylor Swift, will be headlining our Prime Day Concert presented by Amazon Music, which will stream live for Prime Members in Australia on Prime Video at 11am on 11 July.

This first-of-its-kind event that celebrates the best in entertainment is an exclusive for Prime members and will provide an unforgettable experience. Additional performances from chart-topping artists including two-time GRAMMY Award winner Dua Lipa, multi-award-winning artist SZA, and global superstar Becky G will all make our Prime Day Concert an event to remember.

Hosted by actress Jane Lynch (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Glee), the Prime Day Concert will be available for Prime members to stream on-demand via Prime Video for a limited time after the live show, which will include select songs from each performance.

Prime members streaming the show will also get a taste of Carnival Row, the upcoming Amazon Original fantasy drama starring Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne, along with never-before-seen clips of Modern Love, an upcoming romantic series based on the popular New York Times column of the same name. Viewers will also see clips from Prime Video favourites, including the Emmy Award-winning The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, ahead of their new seasons, in addition to exclusive clips and teasers of upcoming Prime Video releases, including edgy superhero drama The Boys, new animated series Undone, and brand-new stand-up comedy specials.

For those who can’t wait, you can check out the trailer for the Prime Day Concert presented by Amazon Music here. For more details on the show, and to add it to your watch list, head to primevideo.com.au/primedayconcert.

To gear up for the concert’s performances, Aussies with Alexa enabled devices can now ask “Alexa, play the Prime Day Concert playlist” on Amazon Music and immediately listen to new hits and favourites from the artists featured across the lineup. Starting 11 July, fans can also ask, “Alexa, play the Prime Day Concert" or “Alexa, show me the Prime Day Concert” to watch the show on their Echo Show devices.

The concert is in celebration of Prime Day, which starts at 00:01 AEST on Monday, 15 July and – for the first time ever – runs for 48 hours across the world, with an extra 17 hours of deals straight from the U.S. available for Prime members in Australia direct from Amazon.com.au. Prime members will also enjoy free expedited international shipping with no minimum order threshold for all Prime eligible products through the Global Store during Prime Day.

Not a Prime member yet? Anyone can join Prime or start a 30-day free trial at amazon.com.au/primeday to participate in Prime Day.