Alice Cooper, Queen And More To Play Australian Bushfire Relief Concert
A Live Aid-esque stadium concert has been announced to raise money for the Australian bushfire relief.
Fire Fight Australia takes place on February 16 at ANZ Stadium in Sydney Olympic Park, and features a selection of primarily Australian artists including Delta Goodrem and John Farnham, but also shock rock icon Alice Cooper and iconic pop-rockers Queen & Adam Lambert.
Tickets are on sale now and all profits go toward national bushfire relief, including: rural and regional fire services, Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recover and RSPCA Bushfire Appeal. If you can’t attend but still want to make a donation, you can do so here.
More artists are scheduled to be announced, but here’s the Fire Fight Australia lineup so far (in alphabetical order):
Queen & Adam Lambert
🧡 We are proud and humbled to present a spectacular line up of artists to perform at #FireFightAustralia on Sunday… https://t.co/UABfvo5yKI— Fire Fight Australia (@FireFightAU) Sun Jan 12 19:01:51 +0000 2020
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