The David Lynch Foundation (DLF) will host a live, virtual benefit concert on Thursday, December 3 featuring headliners including Graham Nash, Elvis Costello, Katy Perry, Hugh Jackman, and Kesha.

The free event, coined “MEDITATE AMERICA,” will be a celebration to raise support to bring free Transcendental Meditation™ training to adults and children in need, including healthcare workers on the COVID-19 frontlines, veterans battling PTSD and depression, and families living in at-risk communities. The event will also highlight “Heal the Healers Now,” a new initiative to bring TM to the medical providers who are working tirelessly to end the pandemic. Register for tickets at meditateamerica.org.

Highlights of the celebration will include:

  • Graham Nash singing “Our House” with a children’s choir
  • Elvis Costello singing “What’s So Funny About Peace, Love and Understanding?”
  • Kesha and Jim James singing the Bob Dylan classic, “I Shall Be Released.”
  • Sting singing “One World Is Enough,” along with the renowned West African singer Angelique Kidjo
  • Hugh Jackman interviewing Katy Perry about her meditation practice
  • George Stephanopoulos, Robin Roberts, and ABC Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Jennifer Ashton will host the event
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