Pink, Muse, Chris Stapleton to Headline Citi Sound Vault Lineup During Grammy Week

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Pink sings “Wild Hearts Can’t Be Broken” during the Grammy Awards at Madison Square Garden in NYC Jan. 28.

Live Nation and Citi have announced the lineup for Citi Sound Vault, the concert series for Citi cardmembers, which returns to Los Angeles during Grammy Awards week for a third year in a row, Feb. 7-10.
Pink, Muse and Chris Stapleton, all multiple Grammy Award recipients themselves, will perform at the Hollywood Palladium during the days leading up to the main award ceremony, which takes place at the Staples Center,  Feb. 10.
Pink is nominated for a Grammy Award in the category Best Pop Vocal Album, for her current album Beautiful Trauma. The singer has won over 100 industry awards, including three Grammys and seven MTV Video Music Awards. She’ll be performing on Feb. 7.
Pink commented: “This will be my first time performing at the Hollywood Palladium – I’m so excited to connect with fans in such an iconic, intimate setting.”
Muse may not be nominated this year, but have won the prestigious award twice already, both times in the Best Rock Album category, for Drones in 2016, and for The Resistance in 2011. Two BRIT Awards for Best Live Act are also among their collection of 50-plus industry awards. Muse will take the stage at the Hollywood Palladium on Feb. 9.
5-time Grammy Award recipient and three-time nominee at the 2019 ceremony Chris Stapleton will perform on Feb. 10. That night, he has a shot at a trophy in the categories Best Country Album (From A Room: Volume 2), Country Solo Performance (“Millionaire”) and Pop Duo Group Performance (“Say Something” with Justin Timberlake).
Also during Grammy week, Citi and Live Nation will team up with Trevor “Trouble” Andrew, the artist behind the “Gucci Ghost” to launch an exclusive, limited edition Citi Sound Vault capsule collection – also available exclusively to cardmembers
The collection will launch on Feb. 7 via a pop-up experience within the walls of the Hollywood Palladium. Citi cardmembers who purchased tickets to one of the three Citi Sound Vault shows will have the opportunity to purchase items from the collection. Net proceeds from all sales will benefit Musicians on Call, a non-profit organization that brings live and recorded music to the bedsides of patients in healthcare facilities.
Last but not least, Citi Sound Vault presents The Roots Jam Sessions, a star-studded, invitation-only event taking place Feb. 8-9. The Roots have been hosting Jam Sessions during Grammy week for more than ten years. Every year, newcomers and icons alike pop up unannounced to jam with the band and treat their audience to intimate, one-of-a-kind performances.
Artists that participated in the past include Miley Cyrus, John Legend, Lenny Kravitz, Ed Sheeran and more. There will be a limited allotment of tickets exclusively for Citi cardmembers.
“Through our Citi Sound Vault platform in Los Angeles, we’re once again bringing our cardmembers front and center during one of the most exciting weeks in music,” said Jennifer Breithaupt, global consumer CMO, Citi.
“And this year, we’re thrilled to take cardmember access even further through a capsule collection by famed artist Trevor Andrew, enabling fans to celebrate the experience through fashion,” she added.
Darin Wolf, executive vice president, Live Nation, commented: “For the past 10 years we have worked closely with Citi to create personalized experiences for their cardmembers by leveraging the amazing power of live music.
“Citi Sound Vault has set the bar on how to cultivate a once-in-a-lifetime experience for fans by combining access and exclusivity to incredible artists across the board.”
Citi Sound Vault is a curated platform exclusively for Citi cardmembers to access music experiences across the U.S. Eminem, Katy Perry, Childish Gambino, Luke Bryan, Metallica, Sting, and The Chainsmokers are among the artists who have taken part in this customer reward scheme in the past.