Amazon Music Live Returns for Season Two With Performances from Ed Sheeran, Feid, and Lil Durk and More to Be Announced

Amazon Music Live is back with its highly anticipated second season, promising music enthusiasts a weekly dose of electrifying live performances by chart-topping artists. The series, hosted by Grammy-winning hip-hop icon 2 Chainz, is set to kick off on September 21 at 9 p.m. PDT, right after Thursday Night Football.

The season opener will feature a performance by the multi-Grammy-winning global sensation Ed Sheeran, just a week before the release of his new album, “Autumn Variations.” This season is expected to be even bigger, with upcoming performances by artists like Latin superstar Feid and chart-topping rapper Lil Durk, with more surprises to be announced.

What makes Amazon Music Live even more exciting is its inclusivity. The series will provide American Sign Language performance interpretation, ensuring accessibility for Deaf and hard-of-hearing viewers. Additionally, there will be a pre-show hosted by renowned entertainment journalist Gia Peppers and actor/musician/NBA personality Christian Crosby, offering behind-the-scenes insights, interviews, and surprises. The performances will be filmed live in Los Angeles, and tickets will be available via DICE, with exclusive presales for select customers in the Los Angeles area.

Season One of Amazon Music Live was a massive success, drawing millions of viewers with showstopping performances from some of the biggest names in the music industry. With Season Two promising an even more electrifying lineup, it’s clear that Amazon Music Live has solidified its place as a must-watch event for music and sports fans alike. So, mark your calendars, set your reminders, and get ready for an unforgettable musical journey every Thursday night after Thursday Night Football, streaming on Prime Video and the Amazon Music channel on Twitch.

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