Ed Sheeran is among a host of famous musicians taking part in Tuesday's Concert For Ukraine. Others includes Becky Hill, Tom Odell, Camila Cabello, Gregory Porter and Snow Patrol. The event is free to watch on ITV and ITV Hub (opens in new tab). Going to be away? Below, we'll explain how to watch the Concert For Ukraine from wherever you are. Make sure to read on below for how to donate too.
Concert For Ukraine will be held at Resorts World Arena in Birmingham, England. It's expected to raise over £3 million for the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC). You can donate to DEC here (opens in new tab). Some £250,000 has already been secured after Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced that the UK Government would donate the VAT on each ticket back to the appeal.
Roman Kemp, Marvin Humes and former Spice Girl Emma Bunton will be your hosts. Can't make it to Brum in person? The free live stream at ITV Hub is your best bet. A few surprise performances could be on the cards, but we know for sure that Ed Sheeran, Paloma Faith and Nile Rodgers of Chic will lead what has been dubbed 'Live Aid for millennials'.
Nile Rodgers said of the Concert For Ukraine: "In times of trouble you can always count on great musical artists to come together... I’m therefore delighted to be joining Ed Sheeran, Camilla Cabello and all the wonderful artists to make this a success. As we say in our song Everybody Dance, ‘Music never lets you down.'"
UK viewers can watch the Concert For Ukraine free on ITV Hub (opens in new tab) at 8pm on 29th March but, if you're going to be way from home, here's how to watch a Concert for Ukraine from wherever you are.
Watch the Concert for Ukraine live stream
Good news: UK viewers with a TV licence can watch the whole two-hour show free on ITV, STV and online at ITV Hub (opens in new tab).
The show starts at 8pm GMT on Tuesday, 29th March 2022.
UK TV license holders outside of the country this weekend can use a VPN to watch the Concert For Ukraine live stream from abroad. We recommend ExpressVPN (opens in new tab) which is compatible with most smart devices and comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee just in case.
Those in Australia can watch the Concert for Ukraine on ABC on TV. It goes out a day later (8.30pm AEDT on Wednesday, 30th March) to be at a more convenient time for Aussie viewers. You can check it out on the ABC iView (opens in new tab) streaming service where it will remain for 30 days.
Concert For Ukraine – confirmed line-up
Nile Rodgers & Chic
The Kingdom Choir
Manic Street Preachers
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