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Concert For Ukraine – a Star-Studded Event Raising Money for the DEC Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal.

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The stars came together for a special evening dedicated to raising money for DEC’s humanitarian appeal in Ukraine. Find out who performed and how you can still donate.

The special fundraiser Concert For Ukraine took place on March 29th , featuring performances by Manic Street Preachers, Snow Patrol, Nile Rodgers & Chic, Tom Odell and many more.

The two-hour fundraiser event – which also featured Ed Sheeran, Camila Cabello, Anne Marie, Emeli Sandé, Gregory Porter and Becky Hill – was screened live by ITV and STV, with a special program broadcast across the Heart and Capital networks.

Capital Breakfast host Roman Kemp, Capital FM’s Marvin Humes and Heart’s Emma Bunton hosted the show, which took place at the Resorts World Arena, Birmingham.

The unique show intended to spread a message of hope and support, and most importantly, added an incredible £12.2 million to the ongoing DEC Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal.
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Speaking ahead of the show, music legend Rodgers said: “It’s funny, tonight when I decided to play, I chose two songs that I wrote 45 years ago and those two songs are totally relevant today.

“I’m gonna do Everybody Dance, which I wanna to try and get the crowd hugging and loving each other and then I’m gonna do We Are Family, because that’s what I believe that we are all family in this world.”

Asked why he thinks music has the ability to bring people together, he said: “You know, when music is playing, it somehow just makes you magically forget your problems.
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Read the whole story here:
https://www.radiox.co.uk/news/music/concert-for-ukraine-watch-manic-street-preachers-snow-patrol-and-more/

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