Seattle Music Icons Come Together for Virtual COVID-19 Relief Concert

May 27, 2020
Eddie Vedder

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UPDATE: This virtual relief concert has been postponed in light of countrywide protests for George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter movement. Organizers for All In WA announced Thursday that the concert will now air June 24th, 7pm.

Livestream entertainment has been a great outlet during this pandemic. Bands and artists all over the globe have been livestreaming home concerts, Q&A's with fans and providing a space to decompress from the news.

Livestream fundraising has been our new way of consuming entertainment while helping out our community, friends and those struggling during this COVID era. It was only a matter of time before our home heroes Pearl Jam came together to raise money for our beloved state.

All In WA announced a virtual concert to raise money for relief work across the state. The coalition, comprised of nonprofits, public officials and philanthropic organizations has raised $20 million of its $65 million goal, according to Seattle Times. This charitable virtual concert will take place on June 24th, 7pm and is packed with some of our local favorites!

Lineup includes Pearl Jam, Dave Matthews, Death Cab For Cutie's Ben Gibbard, Macklemore, Brandi Carlile, Ciara and Russell Wilson, Sir Mix-A-Lot, comedian Joel McHaleMary Lambert, Locals Only favorite blues-rockers The Black Tones, and more to be announced! 


UPDATE - just announced June 18th, the rest of this stellar packed lineup includes: The Head and the Heart, Ken Griffey Jr., Nancy Wilson of Heart, Bill Nye, Sleater-Kinney, Rainn Wilson, Candice Wilson, Chad Charlie, Courteney Cox, Dove Cameron, Edouardo Jordan, Jeffery Dean Morgan, Jessica Dobson, Prometheus Brown, Joshua Karp, Mark Diamond, Mimi Jung, Local artist Noah Gundersen, Ryan Lewis and Travis Thompson.

Set a reminder for June 24th, 7pm because you will not want to miss this 75 minute virtual concert! Check here on where to watch and know that a recording of the concert will be available on Amazon Prime after June 24th.

The relief concert is backed by Amazon and CEO Jeff Bezos announced he will personally match individual donations under $1 million to All In WA causes, up to a total of $25 million. Donations will be put towards several organizations from across the state and if you would like to make a donation, head to