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The Weeknd, Billie Eilish, Ed Sheeran, BTS And More Are Going To Be Part Of 24-Hour COVID Benefit Concert

24-hour Covid benefit concert announced with the Weeknd, Billie Eilish, and more

Get ready for the world’s biggest music concert that is going to take place soon! Yes, the world’s biggest music concert will have some of the biggest music artists including Ed Sheerin and Billie Eilish. It’s going to happen soon. Global Citizen is organizing the music concert which will take place across six continents in September. The concert event marks the biggest live aid show as it would contribute to boosting Covid recovery. Read to know more for the full details on the upcoming biggest live concert:

The world’s biggest live concert which will take place across six continents has a very noble cause behind it. Global Citizen is a campaign group that organizes global events not to make money. But it raises funds in order to help people worldwide with development goals such as poverty, climatic changes, etc… This year, the event marks to fund the global recovery of the whole Covid-19 pandemic across several countries.

The World’s biggest live music concert: Coming this September!

Global Citizens is organizing the world’s biggest 24-hours live music concert on the 25th of September, 2021. Many popular music artists such as Billie Ellish, Ed Sheerin, Weeknd, and many more will perform live at the concert. These live performances will take place across the world, starting from Sydney, then  New York City’s Central Park, to Champ de Mars in Paris. Other cities include London, Lagos, Rio de Janeiro, Seoul, and Los Angeles. The 24 hour live performances will be broadcasted on several websites, channels, and media across the globe for the worldwide population. Moreover, the BBC has also partnered with many broadcasters and OTT platforms like Hulu, Youtube, and other sites to telecast the live concert.

Other music stars who will give performances at the world’s biggest music concert include BTS, Coldplay, Shawn Mendes. It also includes artists Lizzo, Andrea Bocelli, Metallica, Lorde, Doja Cat. Other stars witnessing the iconic night are Keith Urban, Usher, HER, Duran Duran, Femi Kuti, Lang Lang, Demi Lovato, Ricky Martin, and others. The live event will be hosted by Global Citizens ambassadors  Hugh Jackman and Deborra-Lee Furness.

Global Citizen organizing World’s biggest Music Concert for boosting Covid- Relief cause :

24-hour Covid benefit concert announced with the Weeknd, Billie Eilish, and more

The event aims to insist government bodies, companies, and several rich and powerful individuals to contribute the noble cause. It includes raising funds for billion doses for Covid vaccinations, $6 bn for famine relief, and around $400 m for education programs. The event that will take place ahead of the G20 summit and COP26 meetings aims to broadcast the whole event worldwide so that they could pressurize the government and corporates to participate for providing them with funds and resources.

Moreover, the Global Citizen campaign group also aims to plant more than one billion trees before the year 2022. Thus, this can tackle ongoing climatic replications and also helping the United Nations to achieve Sustainable Development Goals 2030, which seems to lose its track in the ravaging Covid-19 pandemic. Currently, over 160 million people worldwide have been thrown back into poverty again. The world is facing much of a crisis. And all the 17 SDGs seem to be going reverse from attaining the marked target.

“Covid-19 has drastically reversed the progress toward achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals pushing upwards of 160 million people back into extreme poverty. There are now more than 40 million people on the brink of famine,” says Hugh Evans, CEO of Global Citizen.

In 2020, Global Citizen organized the event ” One World: Together at Home”, which was successful in raising around $127 million for coronavirus charities. Last year, stars like Lady Gaga, and The Rolling Stars gave lockdown of live-streamed performances.