This year’s ‘Made in America’ festival isn’t the only place fans of Beyonce can catch her in live action.
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On September 26th the ‘Story of Beauty’ singer will rock Central Park for a good cause.
What that cause is?
The United Nations is launching a global campaign with a media blitz and an array of stars from Beyonce to Usain Bolt to spread news to everyone in the world about its new goals to eradicate poverty, fight inequality and combat climate change.
The campaign is scheduled to begin on Sept. 25 when world leaders are expected to adopt the 17 goals at a U.N. General Assembly summit.
Keen to do more to help those in need Beyonce offered to support the U.N’s mission by putting a brand new show together.
With it she will present her music to the world with hopes of using it to shine a light on the problems the organisation hopes to solve.
Film writer and director Richard Curtis, who is leading the campaign, told a news conference Thursday that he wants to make these new goals “much more famous and much more well-known” than the eight U.N. Millennium Development Goals adopted at a summit in 2000 which they will succeed.
To reach the world in a week, Curtis said the campaign is engaging every pillar of modern communications from schools to churches to radio, television, film and all online formats – and it is partnering with sports clubs, public figures, global brands, cinema advertisers, artists and grassroots organizations to get the message out by Oct. 2.
Kudos to Bey!
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