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Jack Johnson Teams Up With the World Health Organization for a Special Concert From His Hawai‘i Home

Watch the North Shore musician perform live from his living room on Saturday, March 28 for Global Citizen’s Together At Home series.


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In an effort to promote social distancing and to connect as a global community through music, the award-winning musician, philanthropist and North Shore native will perform live for the #TogetherAtHome initiative. Self-quarantining fans can catch his set live on his Instagram at noon (HST) on Saturday, March 28.

 

How do we know this will be awesome? Well, he’s in good company: John Legend, Chris Martin, Camila Cabello, Hozier and The Barenaked Ladies are a handful of the celebrities who have collaborated with the World Health Organization and Global Citizen for the Together At Home concert series

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Who else from Hawai‘i would you like to perform next? 

 


SEE ALSO: Our Favorite Hawai‘i Entertainers Who Keep Us Smiling, Laughing and Informed


 

Need some more inspiration while you’re staying home? Our weekly lists of the best things to do during the week are now all about fun things to do at home. Check back every Wednesday for a new guide!

 

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