What you need to know
- Apple has released live EPs of its Up Next Live summer concert series.
- The concerts were held throughout the summer at marquee Apple stores around the world.
- The live EPs are exclusively available through Apple Music.
Throughout the summer of 2019, Apple held a series of special concerts at marquee Apple stores around the world as part of its Up Next Live event. In celebration of the series, it shared seven EPs of the artists' live performances on Apple Music.
Here's what Apple says of the special EP collection:
This past summer Apple Music hit the road with Up Next Live, a series of seven intimate concerts at seven marquee Apple Store locations around the world.
If you weren't one of the lucky few hundred fans admitted to each show, don't fret: They were captured in a series of live EPs, exclusive to Apple Music. Listen to these rising starts' one-of-a-kind Up Next Live performances.
The seven artists that participated in the concert series were Bad Bunny, Jessie Reyez, King Princess, Lewis Capaldi, Daniel Caesar, Ashley McBryde, and Khalid. Among the Apple stores the concerts took place in were the Apple Champ-Élysées in Paris and Apple Carnegie Library in Washington D.C.
You can listen to brief snippets of Bad Bunny's set list down below.
As the announcement notes, these seven special EPs are exclusively available through Apple Music. If you want to listen to them, you'll have to be subscribed to Apple Music.
Apple Music is Apple's massive music service, comprising a subscription music catalog, iCloud Music Library syncing across your devices, Beats 1 live and algorithmic radio, customized playlists, and more artist exclusives than you can shake a stick at.
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