Jewel will perform two shows at Nashville's Bluebird Cafe on April 28 to raise money for Project Clean Water, a nonprofit organization she founded in 1997 to bring safe water to those in need and create awareness of clean water shortages around the world. The Bluebird's seating capacity is approximately 100. The performances will take place at 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. Admission is $100 for regular seating and $250 for gold circle seating that includes a meet-and-greet session before the shows. "I'm thrilled to be performing at the Bluebird and supporting a cause so dear to my heart, Project Clean Water," Jewel said. "So many country songwriters I admire have performed at the cafe. It's wonderful to perform some of my favorite compositions in such an intimate setting and help those in need at the same time."