Meghan Trainor, Bebe Rexha and Why Don’t We featured in Los Angeles
On September 13th, Pandora, the largest streaming music provider in the U.S., will host a live celebration with top pop music talent in the heart of Los Angeles. Pandora Presents: Pop Coast Hits will feature performances by GRAMMY award winner Meghan Trainor, record-breaking singer-songwriter Bebe Rexha, breakout group Why Don’t We, and a special performance by Madison Beer. Fans can RSVP now for free event admission at City Market Social House.
“We’re bringing Pandora fans one of our top music events of the season and connecting them with their favorite Pop music hit makers and breakout acts,” says Jeff Zuchowski, Vice President of Artist Marketing and Industry Relations at Pandora. “Meghan Trainor’s ‘Let You Be Right,’ and Bebe Rexha’s ‘I’m a Mess’ topped Pandora’s charts all summer long. We’re excited to introduce and support a huge up-and-coming talent like Why Don’t We, and can’t wait to give our listeners the ultimate experience to hear our amazing lineup live.”
Pandora Presents: Pop Coast Hits brings to life Pandora’s recently launched destination for the most popular, upbeat, feel good tracks from both established artists and newcomers like Ariana Grande, Post Malone, Bebe Rexha, and more. Using the expertise of Pandora’s curation team, Pop Coast Hits predicts and surfaces new music, and the music listeners already know and love, for the ultimate endless summer vacation vibe all year long. To get excited for the live music event, listeners can tune in now to Pandora’s Pop Coast Hits Playlist or Station.
In conjunction with partners Gillette Venus, Halo Top, Kidde, Pine-Sol, SmileDirectClub, Spectrum, and wet n wild, Pandora is creating an interactive experience for event attendees including custom activations and exciting giveaways to complement the performances by the lineup of extraordinary talent.
Author: Buddy Iahn
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