Charli XCX Will Perform in Livestream Concert for Charity
The electropop star announced the digital concert on her social media on August 5.
It’s no secret that Charli XCX has been doing everything she can to stay connected with fans during the COVID-19 pandemic. When lock-ins began in March, the singer started to host live streams, inviting guest artists like Rita Ora, Diplo, and Clairo to join in. Later in May, she released her new album, How I’m Feeling Now, a DIY-style collaborative project filled with songs and content produced while she self-isolated.
— Charli (@charli_xcx) May 15, 2020
Now, Charli is coming back with yet another spectacular initiative. She will be performing a live stream concert for her latest album on August 13 at 11 PM BST. Hosted by Boiler Room, the event will also include a conversation with the singer, as well as a DJ set with special guests.
We’re hosting a one-off digital live show for @charli_xcx‘s ‘how i’m feeling now’. Tickets are now live, with all proceeds going to the LA Alliance for Human Rights: https://t.co/fgxNhnPjzi ✧ pic.twitter.com/6olQf7WG0F
— BOILER ROOM (@boilerroomtv) August 5, 2020
Tickets for the digital concert are currently on sale for $5.00. All of the money raised will be donated to the LA Alliance for Human Rights. The LA Alliance for Human Rights is an organization that works to solve the homelessness crisis in the city of Los Angeles, advocating particularly for the local government to provide housing and shelter for those who need it.
Angels! I’m doing a digital live show & live chat of how i’m feeling now on @boilerroomtv 💕 Access to the event will be thru a paid web portal to fundraise for LA Alliance for Human Rights. Tix are $5, all proceeds going to the organisation. Get urs here https://t.co/m12MEdUENc pic.twitter.com/4TdxZ14zY9
— Charli (@charli_xcx) August 5, 2020
You can check out more information on tickets for Charli XCX’s live stream concert on the Boiler Room by clicking here. While you’re at it, don’t forget to listen to her new album, How I’m Feeling Now, on YouTube or Spotify.