The lineup for the Los Angeles and London elements of the broadcast of “Global Citizen Live” has been released, featuring Stevie Wonder as the LA show and headliner for the Greek Theater on September 25th. Veteran stars on the Greek bill include HER, Demi Lovato, Adam Lambert, Chloe x Halle, OneRepublic, the Lumineers, Ozuna and 5 Seconds of Summer.
In London, Duran Duran will headline, with Kylie Minogue, Menskin, Neil Rogers and Chick and Raganbone Man scoring goals in the yet-to-be-revealed “sights”.
Tickets for the LA show are now available on globalcitizenlive.la and can be earned by “taking action” towards global citizens, such as the already announced concert near Central Park in New York City and the Eiffel Tower in Paris, where tickets are available at GlobalCitizenLive.org. Tickets for the London show will be available later.
The “Global Citizen Live” concert takes place around the world on September 25 and will be shown live on the BBC and global streaming sites for more than nine hours. In America, ABC the next night, 2nd Sunday, evening. Will broadcast highlights of events in less extensive prime time slots starting at
“After hosting ‘Wax Live’ in Los Angeles earlier this year, we are thrilled to be back in LA for Greek Citizen Live at the Greek Theater,” said Katie Hill, Senior VP of Global Citizen and Head of Music, Entertainment and Head of Artist Relationships. . “We are grateful to be joined by these incredible artists, many of whom are longtime supporters of the global civic movement, advocating for a more just world. Music has been a source of inspiration and hope for the past year and a half as we have witnessed horrific losses around the world. We look forward to joining forces with artists and staff on stage around the world on September 25 to call for action on vaccine inequality, climate change and global hunger. ”
Artists for several other venues were previously announced সমস্ত all strictly committed to Covid-1 safety safety-there was a lineup at the New York City concert featuring Billy Ilish, Jennifer Lopez, Coldplay, Lizo, Mick Mill, Camilla Cabello, Shawn Mendes, Cindy Lauper, Lang Lang, Burna Boy and Alessia Cara. In Paris, the main attractions include Elton John, Ed Sheeran, Doza Cat, DJ Snake, Black Eyed Pea, Christine and the Queens, Stormji, Angelique Kidzo, Charlie Puth and Fatma Saeed.
It will still be announced that the cities will be served by BTS, Metallica, Green Day, Usher, Lorde, Andrea Bocelli, Keith Urban and Ricky Martin.
A Lagos concert will feature Famie Cottage, Tiva Savage, Davido and Med Cottage. In Rio de Janeiro, the bill includes Alok, Martanalia, Creolo, Linikar, Tropkilage and Mosquito. A Sydney lineup is coming together but so far includes Delta Goodrem.
In addition to ABC and BBC, other outlets that broadcast partially or completely worldwide include iHeartRadio, YouTube, Hulu, FX, Twitter, Time, the Roku Channel, Australia’s Channel 9, Brazil’s Multishow and Bis, France’s TF1 / TMC and Singapore’s Mediacorp.
Jane Y Moon produces programming, Deviant’s Media, Diversified Production Services, Dawn and Dusted Productions, Ken Ehrlich Productions, Live Nation, Livewire Pictures, TMPL Motion Pictures and U-Live Productions. Executive producers of the Global Citizen Live Campaign include UMG’s Michelle Anthony, Francine Katsaudas, Tina Kennedy, Eric Ortner, Guy Osari, Live Nation’s Michael Rapino, Brian Ann Seth, Wasim “Sal” Slyby And Chris Stadler.
In a previous interview with Diversity Commenting on the event, Hugh Evans, Founder-CEO of Global Citizen, said: You’ve got for the first time in a whole year where you’re going to focus all these heads of state together in a month. It’s the cry of a huge gathering. We want this rally to be heard in every corner of the world, appealing to social activists and CEOs and governments to pledge social solutions to those who can bring billions upon billions of dollars. ”
Speaking of the Triple Goal, Evans said, “The first step is to get at least one billion Covid-1 doses of the vaccine to the developing world by the end of the summer.” The wait is not over until COVID ends.We see 41 million people now on the brink of starvation across Africa, and so we have to raise billions of dollars for the World Food Program to fight hunger in Ethiopia, Yemen and South Sudan. And then the final, big push. … for a groundbreaking climate discussion (it) will only happen if Fortune 500 companies adopt a net zero plan to reduce their carbon emissions. To do. ”