Andy Grammer, Aijia Grammer, and the GRAMMY award-winning band OK Go Join the Thirst Gala
The Thirst Project hosted their 8th annual Thirst Gala from the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California on Tuesday, April 18.
This ceremony puts the environment and water conservation at the forefront. The celebrities and musicians honor and help display the importance of providing drinking water to people in all sections of the globe.
Actors Laura Marano and Shane Harper awarded three high school students with the Power of Youth Award for going above and beyond with their dedication to raising funds and awareness to end the global water crisis.
Rock stars OK Go brought an acoustic style set to the Thirst Gala. The band peformed live tracks ‘This Too Shall Pass’ and ‘The One Moment.’
Andy Grammer closed the show with an encore performance of his hit song ‘Keep Your Head Up’ that received a standing ovation.
Morton Salt helped contribute funds to the event with a $55,000 donation.
Watch over the Thirst Project’s school tour to help educate young people on the validity of clean drinking water.