Pearl Jam, Ben Gibbard, Brandi Carlile and Macklemore are joining forces to raise money for the relief of the coronavirus. Tonight, artists from around the world of music will hold a virtual concert for All in WA, an organization that provides emergency support to needy residents of Washington state. The Pearl Jam virtual concert for Covid relief will air live for Seattle residents and air online for music fans around the world, so you should have no trouble watching this unmissable event.
What time is the All in WA concert? How do I find a live broadcast of Pearl Jam for the All in WA Covid concert? Here is everything you need to know!
WHEN IS THE PEARL JAM COVID CONCERT?
The All in WA concert begins tonight, Wednesday June 24, at 10 pm. ET / 7 pm PT.
The Seattle-based concert was originally slated to air on June 10, but organizers chose to take it out of respect for the Black Lives Matter protests that are sweeping the world. “We recognize the pain and injustice facing the black and African-American community once again, and the need to honor the ongoing marches, protests and organization,” organizers said in a press release.
CAN I SEE THE ALL IN WA PEARL JAM VIRTUAL CONCERT IN SEATTLE?
Yes! According to the Seattle Times, the All in WA concert will air on local NBC affiliates KING 5 and KONG.
PEARL JAM LIVESTREAM 2020: HOW TO SEE THE ALLINWA CONCERT FOR THE DELIVERY OF COVIDS IN THE AMAZON TWITCH
For those outside of the Seattle region, the easiest way to watch the All in WA Covid relief concert is through Amazon Music’s Twitch channel, where the entire event will air live. Viewers will also be able to watch the entire All in Washington concert on Amazon Prime Video after the event concludes.
WHO ELSE IS IN THE ALL IN WA CONCERT LINE?
Pearl Jam is just the beginning of what the All in WA concert has to offer. Death Cab for Cutie Ben Gibbard, Brandi Carlile, and Macklemore were among the initial artists announced, and Dave Matthews, Ciara, Russell Wilson, Sir Mix-A-Lot, Allen Stone, Mary Lambert, and Black Tones were quickly added to the line. -up.
Last week, the All in WA virtual concert expanded to include appearances by Bill Nye, Candice Wilson, Courteney Cox, The Head and the Heart, Jeffery Dean Morgan, Ken Griffey Jr., Rainn Wilson, Ryan Lewis and more stars.