Events concerts, all over the world, and for a good cause: this is the concept of Global Citizen Live which will make the planet dance this Saturday for 24 hours.

In Paris, on the Champ-de-Mars, the stage will host a high-level set: Elton John, Ed Sheeran, Christine and The Queens, Doja Cat, Stormzy, the Black Eyed Peas or even DJ Snake and Måneskin are expected.

The show will be broadcast live from 9:05 p.m. on TMC.

Other concerts will be held the same day in New York (with Coldplay, Billie Eilish, Lorde ...), Los Angeles (Stevie Wonder, Green Day ...), Louisville (Metallica ...), Las Vegas (Ricky Martin ...), London (Kylie Minogue, Duran Duran ...), Lagos (Femi Kuti ...), Seoul (BTS ...), but also Mumbai, Madrid, Buenos Aires, Sydney, Johannesburg or Rio.

From the Amazon rainforest, the voice of the indigenous peoples of Brazil will also be expressed through various representatives.

"Defend the planet and overcome poverty"

Through this Global Citizen Live (GCL), the artists will call on "governments, corporations and philanthropists to work together to defend the planet and overcome poverty, focusing on the most pressing threats," say the artists. organizers.

The targets are “climate change, equity in vaccines and famine”.

The shows will be broadcast for 24 hours around the world on Apple Music, Apple TV App, YouTube, Twitter, as well as various broadcasters.


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  • Concert

  • Global warming

  • Poverty

  • Elton john

  • Paris

  • Music

  • Tmc

  • Culture