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Pearl Jam, Ben Gibbard, Brandi Carlile, Dave Matthews to Play Virtual Relief Concert

BOSTON, MA - SEPTEMBER 04: Jeff Ament and Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam perform at Fenway Park on September 4, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images)

Seattle’s best are about to come together for something massive. And no, we’re not talking about the ’95-96 SuperSonics.

Pearl Jam, Dave Matthews, Brandi Carlile and Macklemore are some of the biggest names behind All In WA’s newly announced virtual COVID-19 relief concert. It airs on June 10.

The show — also featuring Ciara and Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll, Allen Stone, Death Cab for Cutie‘s Ben Gibbard and others — will be streamed on Twitch via Amazon Music’s channel, as well as on local Seattle television stations KING 5 and KONG at 7 pm PST. The concert will be available globally around 8 pm PT on Amazon Prime.

The money raised through the broadcast will be put toward several local organizations working on youth homelessness, food security and other issues. All In WA has already raised $20 million of its $65 million goal and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos says he will match individual donations under $1 million, with a cap at $25 million in total.

“Washington state was at the forefront of the COVID-19 pandemic, and our state will be at the forefront of a safe recovery,” Washington Gov. Jay Inslee said in a press release.

For more information on the mega performance, visit All In WA’s website.

UPDATE (June 18): The following stars have been added to this shows lineup: Bill Nye, Candice Wilson, Chad Charlie, Courteney Cox, Dove Cameron, Edouardo Jordan, The Head and the Heart, Jeffery Dean Morgan, Jessica Dobson, Prometheus Brown, Joshua Karp, Ken Griffey Jr., Mark Diamond, Mimi Jung, Nancy Wilson, Noah Gundersen, Rainn Wilson, Ryan Lewis, Sleater-Kinney and Travis Thompson.