It is a special online streaming concert to benefit those effected by Hurricane Laura in her home state of Louisiana.
The hurricane, which made landfall August 27th, displaced thousands of families and left and estimated $10 billion in damages in its wake.
Recorded live at the historic Orpheum Theater in New Orleans, the Hurricane Laura Relief Concert will feature stripped down renditions of some of Daigle’s most popular hits including the triple-platinum GRAMMY Award winning single “You Say” and platinum certified “Rescue” plus a new song.
The broadcast will premiere on Veeps at 8 pm EST/7 pm CST on Sunday, October 11th and will only be available to watch for 48 hours.
All proceeds from ticket sales will go directly to The Salvation Army and American Red Cross and their efforts to provide direct support, meals and shelter for those effected by Hurricane Laura.
Tickets and VIP opportunities begin at $25 and are now available at www.laurendaigle.com.
Daigle shares :
“When I was kid, growing up in Louisiana, we were plagued by hurricanes,” . “I know first-hand the devastation they bring.
With everything going on in the world right now, I want to invite you to join me in loving on those effected by the hurricanes who have lost their homes and so much more.”
Lauren Daigle is a two-time GRAMMY Award winner, six-time Billboard Music Award winner, and a three-time American Music Award winner.
Her ability to connect with her audience has captured critical acclaim and recognition as the fastest-selling new artist for her genre of the last decade.
Daigle’s GRAMMY Award winning and triple-platinum certified crossover hit, “You Say,” has become the longest-running No. 1 song on the weekly Hot Christian Songs Chart at 103 weeks.
The smash also spent multiple weeks at No. 1 on the Adult Contemporary Chart, appearing in the Top 20 on Billboard’s Top 40 chart, and Top 5 on their Hot AC Chart.
Her follow up single, “Rescue,” has recently been certified platinum. Daigle’s GRAMMY Award winning album, Look Up Child, debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 Albums chart and has been certified platinum.
Last week, Daigle returned to the stage with the Autumn Nights drive-up concerts, her first live shows since the Lauren Daigle World Tour was abruptly put on hold.