Published Apr 16, 2020100 gecs have announced plans to host a virtual "open pit" Minecraft festival called Square Garden next week. The performance will feature a number of artists, streaming audio from the game on April 24.
In addition to 100 gecs, the fest will also see performances from Charli XCX, A. G. Cook, Kero Kero Bonito, GFOTY, Cashmere Cat, Benny Blanco, Danny L Harle, Dorian Electra, Alice Longyu Gao, Count Baldor, Umru, Tommy Cash, 99Jakes, Alice Gas, Gupi, Fraxiom and Parry Gripp.
These artists' sets will raise funds for Feeding America's COVID-19 response, which will help stock food banks and feed children who would have been receiving their meals at school in the U.S.
For instructions on how to stream the performance in Minecraft, head over to 100 gecs' website. If you don't have access to Minecraft, the concert will also be streaming live on the band's website and YouTube channel.
Tune in to Square Garden from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. ET on April 24.
See the announcement below.
100 gecs presents: 🌳Square Garden🌳— 100 gecs (@100gecs) April 16, 2020
an @OpenPitPresents Minecraft festival to support Feeding America
4/24/2020 @ https://t.co/jduGZdtNLU pic.twitter.com/PxiDrDNUEX