Jewel's 'Live From San Quarantine' Concert Is Just One Click Away

By Hayden Brooks

March 20, 2020

Like others, Jewel is turning to live stream concerts to help offer some escapism amid the coronavirus outbreak.

As per an announcement, the singer/songwriter had to nix a recent fundraiser, which supports her Inspiring Children Foundation focused on supporting the physical and emotionally well-being of adolescence. In light of the cancellation, the star has also announced an upcoming digital concert called "Live From San Quarantine: A Livestream Concert," which will include music and "conversation about rising above our adversity to become our best selves in the face of these challenges."

If you want to tune into Jewel's upcoming experience, set your alarms because the show will air live from her home via her Instagram and Facebook accounts on Saturday at 8 pm ET. This concert will benefit her Never Broken program, which is powered by the Inspiring Children Foundation. For its goal, the singer is hoping to get 5,000 people to donate $1/day for one year via the foundation's official website.

You can also check out the star on Friday night's "'Til Further Notice" livestream, which will also feature Willie Nelson, Lukas Nelson and more. To keep up to date on the latest news about the coronavirus and to understand what you need to stay safe and healthy, check out the Coronavirus: Fact vs Fiction podcast from CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta.

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