By Shelby Gonzales |Staff Writer|
Katy Perry’s We Can Survive was a benefit concert put on by 97.1 AMP Radio and Citi on Oct. 23.
The event was held at the Hollywood Bowl and helped raise money to support breast cancer awareness with the Young Survival Coalition.
The whole income of the pro seats went towards the foundation.
Katy Perry handpicked each performer she wished to have on stage with her during the benefit concert.
Inside the sold out concert, each artist expressed their gratitude to the audience for coming out and supporting such an important cause that affects so many people’s lives.
Each artist played about three to five songs each, including their more popular hits.
The crowd was enthusiastic during each performance that they got up out of their seats to dance and sing along.
Glow sticks filled the stadium while screams and chants for Katy began once her performance grew near.
When Katy walked on the stage, she began with her first number one hit “I Kissed a Girl” followed by her newest song “Dark Horse” featuring Juicy J off her newly released album PRISM.
The crowd went wild when she introduced special guest Juicy J to the stage to sing his part of the song.
During Katy’s performance of “Firework” the night sky filled with fireworks and the crowd cheered her on.
Before her final performance of the night, she introduced a new song from her new album PRISM, “ROAR” and spoke of how this song is about picking yourself up and not letting anybody hold you down.
Bringing the evening to a close she welcomed out all of the ladies who lent their voices to the cause.