Singer Calista Quinn, 16, of Little Egg Harbor

Singer Calista Quinn, 16, of Little Egg Harbor Township, organized a benefit concert for David's Dream & Believe Cancer Foundation from 7:30 to 10 p.m. Friday at the Tuckerton Seaport in Tuckerton.

TUCKERTON — Singer Calista Quinn, 16, who lives in Little Egg Harbor Township, has organized a charity concert that also will serve as her music video release party Friday in The Union Market at Tuckerton Seaport.

Quinn joined forces with David's Dream & Believe Cancer Foundation to create Sing & Believe Under the Stars. The night will include dessert stations, local musicians and artists, as well as a live performance and the world premiere of Quinn's music video for her new single, "7AM."

A red carpet will precede the evening's events.

Quinn has performed in Madison Square Garden in New York City and Disney World in Florida. She has more than 2 million views on her social media. In 2016, she was featured on Radio Disney's "Fresh New Music Friday" page with her original song, "Slumber Party."

Last year, Quinn was brought to the blind auditions of Season 15 of "The Voice." Her appearance did not make the broadcast. 

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