Fifth Harmony will be putting in work at the Hamptons for VH1’s third annual Save The Music benefit concert in August.
Fifth Harmony will be putting in work at the Hamptons for VH1’s third annual Save The Music benefit concert in August. The pop quintet behind the Billboard Hot 100 hits like “Work From Home” featuring Ty Dolla $ign and the Kid Ink-assisted “Worth It.”
DJ Cassidy will also be spinning on the 1’s and 2’s for the event, co-chaired by VH1 Save The Music board member Julie Macklowe, her husband Billy Macklowe and president of VH1 and Logo TV, Chris McCarthy. McCarthy says the event is integral to VH1 Save The Music, which aims to provide quality music education in many schools across America.
“This event is a key fundraiser for VH1 Save The Music,” McCarthy tells Billboard of the benefit show, which Jason Derulo headlined last year. “The money raised will have a significant impact on our mission which is to guarantee every child in America access to music education. The benefits of music education are proven and expand beyond the classroom into the health of our communities.”
Before taking the stage at VH1’s benefit in the Hamptons, 5H will be shimmying across North America for their 7/27 tour, kicking off July 27 in Manchester’s Verizon Wireless Arena and wrapping at The Joint at Hard Rock Casino & Hotel in Las Vegas on Sept. 17.
VH1 Save The Music Hamptons Live show will take place at a private residence on Saturday, Aug. 27. Tickets for the event are now available for purchase here.