The sold out Fire Fight Australia bushfire benefit concert will take place just under a fortnight from now, at Sydney’s ANZ Stadium on Sunday, 16th February, with tickets being scooped up toot sweet after they went on sale.
Now, organisers have confirmed that the concert will be broadcast live over multiple networks on the day, screening on Channel Seven and Foxtel’s FOX8 HD and [V] in a 10 hour broadcast from 1pm, with online coverage on Foxtel Now and 7plus.
Fire Fight Australia will see the likes of Queen + Adam Lambert, Alice Cooper, KD Lang, Amy Shark, John Farnham, Hilltop Hoods and more unite to raise funds towards Australia’s bushfire crisis. Profits from tickets sold will go towards rural and regional fire services in affected states, Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery and the RSPCA Bushfire Appeal.
“In the three weeks since we announced Fire Fight Australia, the response has been fantastic,” commented TEG CEO Geoff Jones.
“Seven and Foxtel’s generous offer to co-fund a telecast gives all Australians the chance to watch these wonderful artists share one stage for the same cause – and a further opportunity to help Australians whose lives have been turned upside down by this appalling national tragedy.”
Fire Fight Australia 2020
Sunday, 16th February
ANZ Stadium, Sydney
5 Seconds of Summer
Queen + Adam Lambert
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