The legendary artist performed for nearly three hours on June 10 with a star-studded group including Brandi Carlile, Marcus Mumford, and more.

Musicians including Elton John, Paul McCartney, Harry Styles and more have been rumored to make appearances at the legendary “Joni Jam” held at Joni Mitchell’s private home for years. On Saturday night (June 10) at the Gorge Amphitheater in Quincy, Wash., the public was finally allowed to witness one of the sessions.

Following a nearly two-hour set by longtime friend and supporter Brandi Carlile, “The Joker” singer welcomed the star-studded “jammers” onto the stage including Marcus Mumford, Annie Lennox, Allison Russell, Sarah McLachlan and Lucius.

It has been 20 years since fans could purchase a ticket to see Mitchell live. With several health issues plaguing the beloved singer, she has remained mainly out of the public eye for two decades. But last night, the 27,000-capacity Gorge was transformed into an intimate jam session — the stage adorned in couches, love seats and studded accent chairs — for Mitchell fans to relive the “Blue” singer’s magic in-person.

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