Celebrity Tribute Concert Raises Over $150,000 for Mental Health Charity in Memory of Aaron Carter

Throughout the evening, the performers spoke about the importance of mental health awareness.

Credit: Nick Carter/Instagram

On November 5th, Aaron Carter, a celebrated musician and performer, passed away at the age of 34. In honor of his memory, a benefit concert was held at Heart in West Hollywood, titled "Songs for Tomorrow: A Benefit Concert."

The concert was organized by Aaron's brother, Nick Carter, in collaboration with other notable figures in the entertainment industry.

The event was held to support On Our Sleeves, a charity that assists children in addressing mental and emotional health struggles.

In addition to Nick Carter, notable performers at the event included AJ McLean of the Backstreet Boys, Ryan Cabrera, B. Howard, David Archuleta, O-Town, Brad Fischetti of LFO, Lance Bass of NSYNC, and Jeff Timmons of 98 Degrees. The event was hosted by Aaron's sister, Angel, and Lance Bass.

The concert was a great success, raising over $150,000 for On Our Sleeves, all proceeds from the event were donated to the charity.

Throughout the evening, the performers spoke about the importance of mental health awareness, and there were several notable musical performances.

Lance Bass and AJ McLean performed NSYNC's hit song, "Bye Bye Bye," while Nick, AJ, Lance and Jeff performed BSB's "Shape of My Heart" and "I Want It That Way."

Nick Carter also gave an emotional solo performance of his new song, "Hurts to Love You," which he dedicated to his late brother, Aaron Carter.

Related: Former Child Pop Singer Aaron Carter Dead At 34

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