Planet Parties: Elton John will also play in Paris

Elton John in concert in Amsterdam in June 2019.

And another star: Elton John has been added to the Parisian programming of the Planet concert event scheduled for September 25 by the NGO Global Citizen, organizers said Tuesday.

Translator “Rocket Man” Completes an already rich poster of Champ de Mars, in Paris, with Ed Sheeran, DJ Snake, Black Eyed Peas, Christine and the Queens, Doja Cat, HER and Angélique Kidjo. Storzy, Charlie Puth and Fatima Said were also announced on Tuesday for the Paris stage (free, with tickets) for this global event.

“I am honored to take to the stage in Paris with this incredibly talented group of artists to support Global Citizen and the important work that this organization is doing to improve the lives of people around the world.”Elton John said in a statement.

“In the face of the climate emergency, combating inequality and the global recovery after Covid, we need to fundamentally change our lifestyles, rethinking our relationship with nature as well as ways of production and consumption”, refers to Anne Hidalgo, Mayor of Paris, in the text sent by the organizers.

As a reminder, on the same day, Coldplay and Billie Eilish will be performing in New York, while Femi Kuti is expected to arrive in Lagos. New York’s Central Park will also benefit from Jennifer Lopez, Lizo, Meek Mill, Shawn Mendes, Alicia Cara, Burna Boy, Cyndi Lauper, John Baptiste, Camila Cabello and Lang Lang. It will also host Lagos Davido, Tiwa Savage and Maid Kuti. The London and Los Angeles lineup will be revealed soon.

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across the «Global Citizen Live» (GCL), artists will call him “Governments, businesses and philanthropists work together to defend the planet and beat poverty, with a focus on the most pressing threats”organizers say. Therefore, it is targeted Climate change and justice in vaccines and famine. To win tickets to the Paris and New York festivals, fans can “Campaign Support and Action on”.

These 24-hour concert events will be broadcast on all continents on September 25 (on TF1/TMC, ABC, ABC News Live, BBC, FX, iHeartRadio, Hulu, YouTube, TIME, Twitter, etc.).


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