As we close the chapter on Audacy’s eighth annual We Can Survive at the iconic Hollywood Bowl, our hearts are filled with gratitude and our minds buzzing with the best Pop songs of the decade.
From Doja Cat commanding the stage with hits from Hot Pink and Planet Her to The Kid LAROI singing the house down with “Stay,” to the Black Eyed Peas transcending time and space with live renditions of their most beloved tracks, WCS was a triumphant return to live music with an angle focused on the importance of mental health.
Saturday's show was focused on supporting I’m Listening and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s goal of taking care of our mental health just as we would our physical health.
A portion of We Can Survive’s ticket sales went directly to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. AFSP is dedicated to saving lives and bringing hope to those affected by suicide. Together we can save lives!
I’m Listening is Audacy’s is a 365-day a year initiative that aims to encourage those who are dealing with mental health issues to understand they are not alone and that it is okay not to be OK.
7 Saweetie had us all "Tap In"
The “Icy” queen herself kicked off the show, hyping us up with “My Type,” and her commanding presence.
6 The Kid LAROI and Audacy's David Field hit the orange carpet
Before taking over the Hollywood Bowl stage, The Kid LAROI hit it off with Audacy’s CEO, David Field. TBH a collab just as sick as LAROI and Bieber. On stage the "Without You" singer set things off like only he could.