An estimated TV audience of 5.5 billion are set to see the biggest live festival for 20 years this weekend as Live 8 hits the world!
Ten venues across the globe will host over 150 acts with the flagship event taking place at Hyde Park in London.
Robbie will join a staggering line up of a-list music stars including Annie Lennox, Bob Geldof, Coldplay, Dido, Elton John, Joss Stone, Keane, The Killers, Madonna, Mariah Carey, Ms. Dynamite, Paul McCartney, Pink Floyd, Razorlight, REM, Scissor Sisters, Snoop Dogg, Snow Patrol, Stereophonics, Sting, Travis, U2, UB40 and Velvet Revolver
Tickets are completely sold out (you won’t even be allowed in the park without one!) but the show will be broadcast live on TV, Radio and the internet. Coverage begins on BBC2 and Radio 1 & 2 at 13.00h (BST).
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Giant BBC screens will also be situated in the centre of major cities across the UK including Birmingham, Hull, Liverpool, Manchester, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Belfast, Leeds and Wrexham. For more information go to:
The Aim of Live 8
The aim of the concerts is not to raise money but to raise awareness of the poverty and suffering endured in Africa and the world’s poorest countries. They will focus the whole world’s attention on the critical decisions to be made by the leaders of the world’s eight richest countries at the G8 summit four days later.
These men will be presented with a plan to drop 100% of the debts owed to the world’s richest countries by the world’s poorest countries, to double the amount of high quality aid which is spent in those countries adding an extra $50 billion, and to change the injustices of the trade laws so that those countries can build a future for themselves.
This is not a charity event as all concerts are free.
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