Sold out crowd at L.A’s legendary Hollywood Bowl, witnessed a night that they can never forget.
The Star-studded night featured Bruno Mars, G-Eazy, Meghan Trainor, Ariana Grande, Pitbull, One Republic and Charlie Puth.
The show was produced by CBS Radio and the Young Survival Coalition, they collaborated to present the fourth annual We Can Survive benefit concert, an annual event which is specially designed to bring attention to Breast Cancer Awareness month.
The lead of the show was Bruno Mars, who headlined the show with his stormy hits including “Billionaire,” “Just the Way You are,” and the biggest song of the year “Uptown Funk.” He also performed his new song “24K Magic.” The set the pace of the show.
He was followed by a surprise appearance of Backstreet Boys, who took the night to another level. They performed “We’ve got it again,” “I want it that way” and their ever green hit “As long as you love me.”
After them Ariana Grande took the responsibility to entertain the crowd, she filled energy in the night by performing songs like “Into You” and “Side to Side.” She handed over the stage to One Republic who were then followed by Pitbull, Meghan Trainor, G-Eazy and Charlie Puth respectively.