'Celebrity Session with Katy Perry': How to live stream SiriusXM event and interact with your favorite artist
Katy Perry will be doing a live performance on some of her hit tracks which include songs from her upcoming album 'Smile' too
Thanks to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, we won't be attending any music festivals or concerts anytime soon. But that doesn't mean you'll have to miss out on catching up live performance by your favorite artist. Thanks to SiriusXM, Katy Perry fans can watch the 'Teenage Dream' singer not only perform live but also interact with her. Read on to know all the details of the much-awaited event.
Katy recently took to her Instagram to announce her live performance on Sirius XM's 'Celebrity Session with Katy Perry'. She wrote, "Want a little taste of what’s to come with KP5? Come #SMILE while listening to my Celebrity Session performance and fan Q&A on Tuesday, July 28th on @SiriusXMHits1 @sxmthepulse."
The singer will give her virtual performance on Tuesday, July 28. She will perform some of her most popular numbers, including tracks from 'Daisies' and her upcoming fifth album 'Smile'. The fans will not only get a chance to watch their favorite singer perform but will also have an opportunity to interact with her and ask her questions. According to SiriusXM website, the show will be hosted by Mikey Piff and Jum Ryan. 'Celebrity Session' will air live on Hits 1, and on the SiriusXM app with rebroadcasts throughout the weekend. KatyCats can also hear it again on The Pulse (Ch.15) on Saturday, August 1, at 3 pm and 10 pm ET, as well as On Demand.
But wait, this is not all, according to Sirius XM's Instagram post, there's a contest open to select 35 lucky winners who will get a chance to be a part of this much-awaited exclusive event. The post reveals the details of how to get the chance to be one of the select 35 fans who will get to ask Katy questions. Even if you don't get to be one of the lucky 35 fans, we still think you're good to go because you'll be getting to hear tracks from Katy's unreleased album 'Smile'. So, watching your favorite artist sing a song from her upcoming album is definitely something you wouldn't want to miss.