With Pride Month nearly over, RCA Records and the Human Rights Campaign are taking one last opportunity to salute the LGBTQ community.
On Tuesday (June 30), the final day of Pride Month, RCA Records is teaming up with the Human Rights Campaign to put on their 2020 Pride Benefit Concert. The one-hour livestream will take place a 4 p.m. ET on RCA Records’ YouTube channel.
The new livestream is set to feature appearances and performances from some of RCA’s talent roster, including acts like Walk the Moon, Isaac Dunbar, Cam, TOBi, Jimmy Eat World, Sam Fischer, SAYGRACE, Citizen Queen, Christian French and others who have yet to be announced. Along with the appearances and performances, the stream will also serve to educate watchers about the Human Rights Campaign’s current initiatives and offer ways for viewers to get involved.
“Pride started with protest. And this year, it is clearer than ever that the fight for LGBTQ rights is intricately linked to the fight against racism and the fight for dignity for us all,” Human Rights Campaign’s president Alphonso David said in a statement. “Pride is also about celebration and the community we have built, together. And since many of us could not celebrate in person this year, we are looking forward to joining forces with RCA Records to host a virtual Pride benefit concert to close out the month. We are grateful to have this space to bring the community together, to celebrate our progress and redouble our commitment to the work we have ahead of us.”
Check out RCA Records and the Human Rights Campaign’s 2020 Pride Benefit Concert Tuesday, June 30 at 4 p.m. ET on RCA Records’ YouTube channel.