Amazon Music announces a new City Sessions with Mau y Ricky

Amazon Music expands City Sessions concert series to Latin America and Spain.

Amazon Music announced the first two concerts of City Sessions to be held in Latin America. Building on the success of the first season, City Sessions continues its commitment to spotlighting global talent and fostering cultural exchange through music. The first two City Sessions will be broadcast live from Mexico City with Mau and Ricky July 10th and Niche group from Bogotá, Colombia, on August 14.

The City Sessions concert series kicked off in the US city of Nashville, with performances by Kings of Leon followed by Black CrowesThe expansion will feature a wide range of musical genres in unique venues across Latin America and Spain, bringing artists closer to their fans and the culture of each location. Fans can expect intimate performances by superstars, as well as the opportunity to discover new music through performances by emerging talents.

The series will also spotlight emerging artists, allowing them to connect directly to audiences around the world. Each episode will be one hour long and will include intimate performances, interviews, and behind-the-scenes access, giving fans a unique look into the lives and creative processes of their favorite artists. The first episode, broadcast live from Lago Algo in Mexico City, will feature ROMPE artist Ivana opening the show.

“We are incredibly excited to expand City Sessions to Latin America and Spain,” “This reflects our commitment to celebrating the diversity of Latin music globally and providing an opportunity for emerging and established artists to connect with audiences around the world,” said Rocio Guerrero, Global Head of Latin Iberia at Amazon Music.

How to watch City Sessions on Amazon Music

Fans can watch the concerts from the comfort of their homes by tuning into the Amazon Music Live channel on Twitch starting at 11pm ARG. Those who are unable to watch the City Sessions concerts live will have the opportunity to watch replays via Prime Video.

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