Canadian artist Tate McRae is holding an interactive, online concert with Genius Live, this Thursday, July 29 at 9 p.m. ET (6 p.m. PT).
Presented by Windows and Intel, the live-streamed concert promises fans a unique virtual experience, where they can vote on Tate McRae’s setlist, get a personal shoutout, and be featured on the stream by joining Microsoft’s Watch Party.
After becoming a viral hit in 2017, the 18-year-old singer’s music career blossomed with the release of her debut EP “All the Things I Never Said.” Prompting McRae a spot on the Forbes 30 under 30 list, and a breakthrough with her single “You Broke Me First” that amassed over 107 million views on YouTube.
Tate McRae recently released her second EP “Too Young to Be Sad,” alongside a collaboration with musician Khalid titled “Working.” Her successful roster of alt-pop music sonically emulates both Halsey and Billie Eilish, suggesting a potential new contender for pop’s indie princess.
With the pandemic pushing artists to adapt to online concerts, Tate McRae’s live-stream reinvents the trend by offering viewers at home a unique interactivity similar to live performances. On top of that, the concert is also completely free and will include surprises that you can’t miss.
To RSVP and enjoy the show visit live.genius.com for more.