Chance The Rapper,, And More Superstars Celebrate Thousands Of Students For WE Day

WE Day, the greatest celebration of social good, announces the dynamic lineup set to hit the stage at WE Day California, taking place at the “Fabulous” Forum on April 25, 2019.
With stadium sized events across North America, the UK and the Caribbean, WE Day returns to California uniting 16,000 extraordinary students and educators who have made a difference in their local and global communities.
Together they will enjoy a day of unforgettable performances and motivational speeches with WE co-founders and international activists Craig Kielburger and Marc Kielburger, host Neil Patrick Harris, Mahershala Ali, Chance The Rapper, Selena Gomez, Joe Jonas, Bill Nye, Pentatonix, Natalie Portman, Hailee Steinfeld, Meghan Trainor, and more.
WE Day is free of charge to students and educators across the U.S. thanks to the generous support of sponsors, led by National Co-Title Sponsor The Allstate Foundation and Co-Title Sponsor Unilever.

“Every year, WE Day leaves me feeling inspired and hopeful. The youth have an incredible positive and passionate attitude for making real change in the world.” – Selena Gomez

More than a one-day event, WE Day is connected to the free, yearlong program WE Schools.
Designed to enhance a school or community’s existing social initiatives or spark new ones, WE Schools provides participants with curriculum, educational resources and action campaigns, encouraging students to further their curricular learning and develop life skills to succeed beyond the classroom.
In the 2017/2018 school year, over 1260 schools and school groups across California improved the world through WE Schools.
Students and educators volunteered over 1.4 million hours and raising more than $1,000,000 in support of over 660 global and local causes including bringing awareness to homelessness, food security, LGBTQ+ rights, access to education, access to clean water in oversees communities and environmental issues.
“Across America, we are surrounded by young leaders who are working together to positively impact their local and global communities. It’s incredibly inspiring to see young people who are committed to changing the world,” said Craig Kielburger, co-founder of WE. “WE Day California will bring together thousands of students who are raising their collective voice as they work towards creating a future for all — this generation is speaking up and the world is listening.”