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TRILLER'S QUARANTINE SESSIONS TO BENEFIT COVID-19 RELIEF

Triller, the social video community and streaming platform, will present TrillerFest Quarantine Sessions, a three-day online music festival on 4/10-12 to benefit COVID-19 relief efforts. More than 100 artists will perform, including MigosMarshmelloPitbull, Wyclef Jean, Snoop DoggAlly BrookeKash DollRubi Rose, Rich The Kid, GallantKoffee and Too Short.

Produced by Propagate along with Proxima Media, the festival content will stream on Triller’s YouTube channel. The event will be hosted by actor/comedian and former SNL cast member Jay Pharoah, along with Emmy-nominated writer/creator Chris Case. The festival will offer Triller’s 85m global users a safe digital platform to listen to music, socialize and "flatten the curve" together.

“Every generation has an opportunity to raise their voice and make a difference,” said Triller CEO Mike Lu. “TrillerFest Quarantine Sessions will set an unprecedented digital music experience, that will be heard around the world and change the lives of many.”

Founder of Propagate Ben Silverman said, “TrillerFest Quarantine Sessions' curated content will be a showcase of who’s who in music, and will raise awareness of COVID-19. We are proud to be part of this milestone event.”

TrillerFest Quarantine Sessions will connect music fans with artists from the safety of their homes, and give them the opportunity to donate to several COVID-19 relief causes, including MusiCares and No Kid Hungry, a national campaign to end childhood hunger in America. Following the live broadcast, the festival will be available on the Triller app for iOS and Android.

For more info on Triller go here, and peep the TrillerFest trailer (say that ten times fast) below:

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Bring your umbrella.
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MOVING THE NEEDLE
When vaccination schedules and touring schedules meet.
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