Award winning musicians unite for the ‘My Earth Songs for Every Child’ global concert
Live concert broadcast worldwide from India to support and fundraise for UNICEF’s Reimagine Campaign to prevent the COVID-19 Pandemic from becoming a lasting crisis for children.
This Sunday 21 June make sure you don’t miss the ‘My Earth Songs For Every Child’ concert streaming live globally at 8:00 p.m. India time on UNICEF Facebook channels including UNICEF South Asia and UNICEF India. It will be broadcast again at 8:00 p.m. EST on UNICEF Facebook channels globally.
Six Grammy®️ award winners and two Grammy®️ nominees from Canada, India, Senegal, South Africa and the U.S. will come together to perform for children in support of UNICEF’s #Reimagine Campaign. The concert will also be broadcast on major networks across all continents.
“Through this concert we aim to raise awareness on UNICEF’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Donations received from this global concert will support UNICEF’s #Reimagine Campaign to prevent the COVID-19 Pandemic from becoming a lasting crisis for children,’’ said Jean Gough, Regional Director, UNICEF South Asia.
The eight illustrious children’s music artists will perform select songs from the ‘My Earth Songs’ album, composed by Ricky Kej, that he launched jointly with UNICEF in 2018. The set of 27 songs for children and young people highlights the condition of the planet and the actions each of us needs to take to ensure a clean, green, equal and prosperous world for future generations.
“I am very excited to perform for the ‘My Earth Songs for Every Child ‘concert, which will provide much needed meaningful entertainment to children, especially during these Pandemic times. As a supporter of UNICEF I encourage everyone to join us so that together we can #Reimagine a better future for every child because children are the hidden victims of the COVID-19 Pandemic,”
The My Earth Songs For Every Child Concert will be live streamed and broadcast globally on major networks. Broadcast partners live streaming include T-Series YouTube, Hungama Digital, Zee Five and Star Times Kids, who will be broadcasting on television in 54 African nations. The concert is presented by Vivendi and is supported by UN Climate Change, UNCCD, and UN SDG Action Campaign.
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