Subtitled ‘Pop’s Biggest Hitters’, The first day of Apple Music’s new ‘Best Seat In The House’ concert series livestreams today, Saturday, 23 May, and features vintage shows from Lady Gaga, Amy Winehouse, Lil Wayne, OneRepublic and more.
Across 23 to 25 May, ‘Best Seat In The House’ will provide a front-row seat to 20 iconic past concert performances by some of music’s biggest artists – including Queen, The Rolling Stones and Lady Gaga – as they offer three full days of crowd-pleasing entertainment without the crowds.
As part of the ‘At Home With Apple Music’ initiative, kick-off the summer by checking out classic headlining performances. Saturday boasts some of pop music’s biggest chart-toppers – ‘Pop’s Biggest Hitters’ – from Lady Gaga and One Republic to Lil Wayne and J Balvin, unloading hit after hit. Sunday is all about rock gods Nirvana and Nine Inch Nails and U2 and Metallica showing how it’s done. And Monday caps off with live sets from the most legendary names in music history, including Queen, the Stones and Springsteen.
For each concert performance, Apple Music will feature a unique ‘Best Seat in the House’ playlist showcasing the studio versions of the songs featured from each event.
The full ‘Best Seat In The House’ concert schedule for Saturday, 23 May is as follows:
May 23: ‘Pop’s Biggest Hitters’:
Lady Gaga – The Monster Ball Tour Live at Madison Square Garden (New York City, 2011 – Airs @ 12:00am PT -2:10am PT)
Coldplay – Live In São Paulo (São Paulo, Brazil, 2017)
Amy Winehouse – Live at Porchester Hall (London, 2007 -Airs @ 4:10am PT -5:01am PT)
Lil Wayne – Live at House of Blues Los Angeles (Los Angeles, 2008 – Airs @ 5:02am PT -6:13am PT)
Tyler, the Creator – Apple Music Presents: Tyler, the Creator (Los Angeles, 2019)
J Balvin – Bruuttal (Medellín, 2017, Airs @ 7:11am PT -8:53am PT)
Camila Cabello – New Music Daily Presents: Camila Cabello (Los Angeles, 2019)
One Republic – Live in South Africa (Johannesburg, 2015: Airs @ 9:32am PT -10:58am PT)
Visit Apple Music to take your Best Seat In The House for ‘Pop’s Biggest Hitters’