Bruce Springsteen leads a festival of solidarity against the Covid-19 in New Jersey


Bruce Springsteen tops the list of musicians, artists, athletes and media personalities who will participate today, Wednesday, at the festival on-line Jersey 4

Jersey to raise funds and combat the impact of the COVID-19 in the most vulnerable communities of the state of New Jersey.

In addition to the Boss -that throughout his career he has participated in numerous events and concerts for various social causes, solidarity or political-, in the night of solidarity organized by the New Jersey Pandemic Relief Fund will also take part Jon Bon Jovi the legendary crooner
Tony Bennett, Danny DeVito, Whoopi Goldberg, Saquon Barkley, Halsey, Chris Rock, Charlie Puth, Chelsea Handler, Kelly Ripa, Jon Stewart, or SZA.



Special mention of the participation of the group Fountains of Waynesadly currently due to the death not many days ago of its co-founder Adam Schlesinger by a coronavirus.

They will play in the festival virtual with the singer Sharon van Etten, also natural of New Jersey. In addition, the Jersey 4 Jersey it will also feature testimonies in the first person, health workers and citizens affected by the pandemic.

Bruce Springsteen and Bon Jovi, coinciding in such a scenario, in a file image
Bruce Springsteen and Bon Jovi, coinciding in such a scenario, in a file image

A week ago, Springsteen said in a video that was broadcast on the program Good morning America that “New Jersey it has been hit of particularly hard by the coronavirus, and the people of New Jersey has always taken a step forward in the difficult times.”

The concert will be broadcast live today at 19 pm local time (New Jersey), which in Spain is 01.00 h in the morning of tomorrow, Thursday. The event will be able to follow through Apple’s Music and AppleTV and is also broadcast live and on-demand in the SiriusXM E Street Radio.