Lady Gaga has partnered with Global Citizen and the World Health Organization to curate a benefit concert, One World: Together at Home, streaming on Saturday, April 18th at 8:00 PM E.T. Many of our favorite stars will come together virtually to put on a show in celebration of health care workers who have been continually putting their lives at risk trying to combat COVID-19.
Ahead of Saturday’s show, Gaga helped to raise $35 million from donors. “We want to raise the money before we go on air. When we do go on air, put your wallets away, your credit cards away, and enjoy the show,” she explained during an IG live stream. The money will support frontline healthcare workers and the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund helping people get the care they need.
While hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, Stephen Colbert, and Jimmy Fallon, all of the musicians will perform remotely, of course. The Together at Home line-up includes performances by music legends Elton John, Paul McCartney, Stevie Wonder, The Rolling Stones, and also Taylor Swift, Jennifer Lopez, Alicia Keys, John Legend and many more artists.
Before the broadcast airs, a six-hour live-stream (from 2:00 PM E.T to 8:00 PM E.T) will include appearances from Adam Lambert, Jameela Jamil, Sarah Jessica Parker, and more familiar faces. You can watch the special concert live on networks like ABC, NBC, and CBS at 8 PM E.T. or stream on YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Yahoo, Twitch, Amazon Prime Video, Apple Music, and Tidal.
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Today we’re launching One World: #TogetherAtHome, a global broadcast on April 18 curated in collaboration with @LadyGaga and featuring your favorite artists and comedians — all in support of the @WHO and the health care workers on the frontlines of the #COVID19 crisis. ⭕ Visit the link in our bio or globalcitizen.org/togetherathome to learn more and take action now!
One World: Together at Home is one heck of a concert not to be missed no matter where you are in the world.
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