“Anytime that I can get to do something for a good cause and also live my dream, combining the two is always an amazing experience,” said pop princess Demi Lovato.
$2 of every ticket sold benefits the “Young Survival Coalition.”
After a hit-filled night from a star-studded lineup of this summer’s biggest pop radio stars, Rihanna surprised a sold out Hollywood Bowl with an unannounced appearance to close the benefit show.
Dressed in pinstriped trench coat over a bustier, she stormed through a handful of the biggest songs in her career, opening with 2015 single, “BBHMM,” followed by “Pour it Up” and older tracks including “Umbrella” and “We Found Love” before saying good night with “Diamonds” and a barrage of fireworks over the iconic Los Angeles venue.
Kevin Weatherly, SVP, Programming; Andre Fernandez, President; Michael Martin, SVP, Programming and Music Initiatives; Chris Oliviero, EVP, Programming; Erik Bradley, APD/MD B96 with Maroon 5 backstage