Following 25-year-old Freddie’s Gray’s death, at the hands of six Baltimore police officers, citizens and celebrities of all kind spread love for the city of rioting. Music icon, Prince recorded the track “Baltimore” dedicated to the city, and made the announcement that he would perform during a Baltimore Rally Concert.

The concert that took place over the weekend, was streamed via the new digital live music service, TIDAL, which is most likely what brought out Jay Z and Beyoncé for the festivities. The two lovebirds, along with Bey’s mother, Tina Knowles Lawson and well-known philanthropist Alicia Keys also showed up to the event to meet Gray and fallen Ferguson, MO teen Mike Brown’s parents.

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The Baltimore Rally Concert, formally titled the “Rally4Peace” concert brought out thousands of individuals, mostly wearing the color grey to show their support. “It’s raining #purple …light at least. Crowd wears mostly grey for #Prince peace tour #Baltimore #freddiegray,” said CNN correspondent Sara Sidner.

In addition to “Baltimore,” Prince played hits such as “Let’s Go Crazy” and more. In between sets, the artist spoke to the crowd about making a positive change within their community. “The system is broken,” he shouted to the crowd at the Royal Farms Area. “It’s up to you young folks to fix it.”

Check out the gallery for Jay and Bey visiting the families as well as a glimpse of the Baltimore Rally Concert, starring Prince.