The first solidarity macro-concert held from home

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· Available in: Social networks and internet platforms.

It bears a great resemblance to those solidarity mega-concerts that started at London’s Wembley Stadium with the two days of the ‘Live Aid’ organized by Bob Geldof, in 1985, to help Africa. But now it’s time to do it from home, although the main figures poster remains. Rolling Stones, Taylor Swift, Jennifer López, Sam Smith, Celine Dion and Shawn Mendes are some of the artists who have joined the coronavirus macro concert that, under the motto ‘One World: Together at Home’, will be held this weekend. Lady Gaga and the WHO have been in charge of coordinating the event, which has already raised more than 32 million euros. From the 1985 concert, there are three repeating artists, Paul McCartney, Elton John and Stevie Wonder. Those at the top right now, such as Billie Eilish, The Killers, J Balvin and Maluma, will also participate. It will begin today and will be divided into two parts, with an initial broadcast of six hours on social networks and a great concert that will be broadcast on internet platforms, starting at two in the morning, Spanish time.



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