The Fire Fight Australia 2020 fundraiser concert will take place in Sydney on Sunday, February 16th.
And viewers from all over the world will be able to watch the charity event, which will be aired live on Foxtel’s Fox8 and Channel V as well as Network Seven from 1pm.
The concert can also be streamed via Foxtel GO, Foxtel Now and 7plus and Foxtel are even going to broadcast a two-hour version of the event on Monday.
Who’s playing, where to watch and how to donate: All the details about the Fire Fight Australia 2020 fundraiser concert. Pictured Adam Lambert and Queen’s Brian May
The 10-hour show will star more than 20 local and international acts at Sydney’s ANZ Stadium and it will be hosted by Celeste Barber.
The line-up includes 5 Seconds of Summer, Olivia Newton-John, Michael Buble, Alice Cooper, Amy Shark, Baker Boy, Conrad Sewell, Daryl Braithwaite, Delta Goodrem, Illy, Grinspoon, Guy Sebastian, Hilltop Hoods, Icehouse, Jessica Mauboy and k.d. lang.
John Farnham, Lee Kernaghan, Peking Duk, Pete Murray, Queen and Adam Lambert, Ronan Keating,Tina Arena and William Barton will also be performing.
Exciting! Viewers from all over the world will be able to watch the event, which will be aired live on Foxtel’s Fox8 and Channel V as well as Network Seven from 1pm on Sunday
Less than 24 hours after they were released, promoters TEG Live confirmed that all the 70,000 tickets, which cost between $70 and $100, were sold out.
The ticket profits will go to a number of organisations assisting those affected by the recent bushfires including fire services, Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery, and the RSPCA Bushfire Appeal.
All funds raised via Fire Fight Australia’s website will go directly to the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal.
Stellar line-up: The 10-hour show will star more than 20 local and international acts at Sydney’s ANZ Stadium. Pictured Tina Arena
Foxtel’s executive director of television Brian Walsh said in a statement published by news.com.au that the aim of the event is to ‘raise much-needed funds for the many Australians who have been affected by the tragic fires’.
He added: ‘The extraordinary line-up of performers has strong global fan bases that will embrace this incredible day of music.’
The bushfires across Australia this season claimed 33 lives, killed an estimated billion animals and destroyed thousands of homes.
Fundraiser: Ticket profits will go to fire services, Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery, and the RSPCA Bushfire Appeal. Pictured Olivia Newton-John