Fans will have the opportunity to see performances from A-list stars like Coldplay and the Jonas Brothers during Grammys week for exclusive Citi Vault Sound shows in Los Angeles.
The shows will take place over four night at the Hollywood Palladium, powered by Live Nation. The performances will kick-off on January 21 with a set from rock icons Coldplay, following the release of their eighth studio album, Everyday Life. Proceeds from the event will benefit the non-profit “A New Way of Life” Reentry Project (ANWOL) to provide housing to formerly incarcerated women for successful community reentry.
Brittany Howard of the Alabama Shakes, who is also a 2020 Grammy Award Nominee for her solo record Jaime, will follow with a performance on January 22.
“Last year I was honored to work with Citi to do a talk on “Empowering Women in Music” and I’m so excited to be teaming up with Citi again and to return to the Palladium and play during this special week,” Howard said in a statement.
Brandi Carlile, who won her first Grammy Award last year for her LP By The Way, I Forgive You, and shocked the world with a live performance, will take the stage again. She is also up for three awards this year. The recently-reunited boyband the Jonas Brothers will close-out the performances on January 25. They’ll perform in support of Happiness Begins, their latest LP, and return to the Palladium for the first time in 10 years.
“We are so excited to be partnering with Citi and playing at the Palladium after 10 years,” the Jonas Brothers noted in a statement. “This has been one of the most incredible years for us, and being part of this series is such a great culmination of it all.”
The performances are open to Citi cardmembers. Interested fans can register to unlock access to tickets via Verified fan now through January 8. Those who are chosen will receive a unique code to purchase tickets on January 10. In addition to the performances, Citi Sound Vault is also presenting an invite-only show dubbed The Roots & Friends on January 25 at the Live House Hollywood. The Roots will take the stage for an intimate set, with only a limited allotment of tickets available.
Jennifer Breithaupt, Global Consumer CMO for Citi said that the company is thrilled to start off the decade by extending this offer to Citi cardmembers.
“Through Citi Sound Vault, now in its fourth year, we continue to reward our cardmembers by offering incredibly unique experiences they will never forget with some of the world’s biggest artists,” Breithaupt said in a press release.
Citi cardmembers interested in the event can register for events here.