Apple Music has just announced the launch of a new “Apple Music Live” concert series featuring the best musicians and artists in the industry. The event kicks off with Harry Styles live in New York on May 20.
Since this week, Apple Music will live stream concerts great artists as part of his Apple Music Live Project. This new feature kicks off with a Harry Styles concert to be held on Saturday May 21, alongside the release of his third album, Harry’s House. Harry Styles’ “One Night Only in New York” concert, which will take place at the UBS Arena in Belmont Park, will be available to stream exclusively to Apple Music subscribers in 167 countries around the world, the the company announced.
This will therefore be an opportunity for the singer’s fans to discover for the first time the new songs from his third album. It’s a safe bet that it will be a success, knowing that CD sales have started again, a first in 20 years.
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According to Apple, the new concert series aims to give musicians the opportunity to perform on stage and connect with their audience. The Harry Styles concert starts on Saturday evening at 2am GMT. It is important to note that if you subscribe to Apple Music, the concert is completely free and directly accessible via the app.
Replays of the performance will be available May 22 at 6 p.m. French time and May 26 at 11 a.m. Apple has not yet announced whether the “Apple Music Live” concerts will be available for replay on demand, nor the next artists who will take the stage in the coming weeks. If you are still not subscribed to Apple Music, we remind you that Apple recently limited the trial period to three months. You can still enjoy the gig with the 30-day trial period, and your subscription will then be billed at 9.99 euros per month if you decide to follow it. If you opt for a family subscription, you pay 14.99 euros per month for 5 profiles.
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