World recognized artists will live stream a concert from May 18 to May 19 as part of a movement to help fight global warming
It's about time somebody does something about climate change before it’s too late. Earth is calling for help and artists like Colbie Caillat, Anthony Hamilton, Mickey Hart, Patti LaBelle, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Natalia Lafourcade, and Alan Parsons are answering the call by celebrating a live streaming concert this weekend.
The show is a three day “immersive experience,” both visual and sound, with world-class artists brought together by Earth's Call, "a new nonprofit organization that finds and funds innovative solutions to fight the climate crisis." The best thing is you'll be able to access it anywhere you are in the world, as long as you have internet. To watch it live just go on Earth’s Call website. But Earth’s Call is also about giving voice to environmental experts and youth leaders who will gather around and spread ideas that will save the world.
The concert will be held at the Benedict Music Tent, home of the Aspen Music Festival and School, a place picked for its symbolic, yet real, importance considering its located “among Aspen groves — one of the Earth's largest living organisms.” According to the organizers themselves, this venue “was chosen to immerse, educate, and inspire guests to hear Earth’s Call.”
Earth’s Calls Itinerary indicates the following events:
● Saturday, May 18: The concert, from 7-9:30 pm MT (9-11:30 pm ET), live streamed at supportearthscall.org, which will feature world-renowned artists and inspirational talks from messengers of conscience, along with immersive visual effects produced by Batwin + Robin, the video artists behind wildly popular Broadway productions, interactive museum experiences, and awe-inspiring events.
● Sunday, May 19: A full-day of specially curated, environmentally focused events for guests (9 am-5 pm MT), “Harmonizing the Future” will feature topical breakout sessions, panel discussions, nature activities, performances, and more. Attendees will have unique opportunities to engage with some of the world’s foremost experts and help co-create a flourishing future.
This is an organization fully committed to attend to the problem of global rising temperatures and their concert is part of their launch campaign and a movement much larger than a single performance. To know more about the project, don’t forget to check their website at earthscall.org.