Ask Alexa to Play Holiday Music – let’s have a sustainable holiday!

by | Dec 3, 2021 | Uncategorized

Using your Echo device or Alexa app, say, “Alexa, play holiday music” to start up seasonal hits, including new exclusive Amazon Originals from Leon Bridges, Day + Shay, Camila Cabello, and more.

Take the whole family, pets, and friends for outdoor treats and cheer, experience the interactive holiday window ahead of the public display December 3-12, you can ask Alexa to turn on festive holiday smart lights, play Amazon Music holiday originals, and more.

Yes, the holiday spirit is back in NYC and there’s a new must-visit holiday window in town—the world’s first smart holiday window, “Alexa in a Pear Tree.”


Bring the Holiday Cheer with Smart Lights 

As you’re decorating, add Smart Bulbs or Smart Lights -trips to control lights and change them to festive hues like red, green, and blue by voice with your Amazon Echo device.

Smarten Up Decor 

Use an Amazon Smart Plug to add voice control to your electronic holiday décor, lamps and so much more. Just plugin, use the Alexa app to get started and then activate your holiday décor by voice (“Alexa, turn on the tree.”).

Get Help with Gift Lists

Last-minute shopping? Find out the latest device deals by asking “Alexa, what are my deals?”


Try Alexa Skills

Families can say, “Alexa, open Call Santa Claus,” and Alexa will connect them to Old St. Nick and all his friends at the North Pole!

If you say “Alexa, where is Santa?” kids can track Old St. Nick before and during Christmas.

If you say, “Alexa, open Holiday Yule Log” the Yule Log will pop up, specifically optimized for the Echo Show and Fire TV.

Create a Routine

Routines are shortcuts for Alexa, saving you time by grouping together actions so you don’t have to ask individually. For example, you can enable a Routine that is triggered when you say, “Alexa, make it festive” to create a fun, festive house feel by having Alexa turn on smart light effects and play cozy holiday music.


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