Tinashe, Rita Ora, and John Legend join a “who’s who” list of performers set to rock the 12-hour Twitch Stream Aid 2020 concert on Saturday (March 28).
Designed to benefit the World Health Organization’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund, the virtual show – which kicks off at 9am PST – draws inspiration from and pays homage to 1985’s history-making ‘Live Aid’ concert, a benefit that assembled the likes of U2, Queen, Madonna, David Bowie, and more to raise money and awareness about Ethiopian famine.
Beyond the digital aspect, Stream Aid uniquely allows viewers to join Saturday’s star-studded lineup from home by tagging their own streams by using the “TwitchStreamAid” tag to be featured.
In addition to Tinashe, Legend, and Ora, music lovers can expect to see Charlie Puth, Dan Smith (of Bastille), Jordin Sparks, and more rock the stage. Click here for the full celebrity lineup and schedule.