This morning revealed ITV’s Ukraine fundraising concert with ‘biggest music stars in the world’

The ITV fundraising concert will be a two-hour live event on Tuesday, March 29, with attached music stars to be announced in the coming days.

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ITV announces Ukraine aid fundraising concert

This Morning’s Phillip Schofield and Josie Gibson have announced an upcoming live concert featuring some of the “biggest music stars in the world” that will take place later this month to raise funds for the ongoing humanitarian crisis. took place in Ukraine.

The presenters made the announcement during ITV’s daytime screening on Wednesday, adding that the fundraising concert will be a two-hour event on Tuesday, March 29.

But who will appear will be announced in the next few days, Josie said. If you haven’t already donated to Ukraine’s appeal, this will be your chance to pledge and help with the ongoing relief efforts helping millions of people affected by the war. “

Phillip added: “Happy to announce that. It sounds great.”

ITV announced that the fundraising concert was in partnership with STV, the Disaster Emergency Committee and the Global Media Group.

The presenters made the announcement during Wednesday’s episode of ITV daytime



The broadcast will combine musical performances with short films documenting ongoing relief efforts and the plight of those affected by the conflict in Ukraine, ITV said.

Viewers will be able to raise money for the cause throughout the evening and all sponsorship and advertising revenue generated from broadcasting the event – which is expected to raise more than £3 million according to ITV – will also be donated to the DEC’s call.

Katie Rawcliffe, Head of Entertainment Operations at ITV, said: “Music is a very powerful tool when it comes to support and solidarity, and at ITV we are proud and honored to be partnering with with Livewire Pictures, Global, M&S and DEC on as an important and necessary fundraising event. ”

Bobby Hain, Executive Director of Broadcasting at STV, said: “We have found time and time again that the generosity of STV viewers knows no bounds. As the crisis in Ukraine continues to grow at an alarming rate, this event will be an opportunity for our audience to come together through the power of music, demonstrating our unwavering support for with Ukraine and help make a difference for those affected by the work of DEC charities. ”

Phillip added: “Happy to announce that. It sounds great.”



Kelly Williams and Simon Daglish, Managing Director and Vice President of Operations, ITV Commercial, said: “As we witness the horrific events unfolding before our eyes, we want to work with the brands. sign to show our industry support and raise as much money as possible for the millions of people affected by this crisis. The industry has a generous spirit at its heart and now more than ever is the time to come together to make a difference. ”

Saleh Saeed, executive director of the DEC, said: “It is heartbreaking to see the deepening crisis unfolding in Ukraine as more and more refugees cross the border with nothing more than those in need. what they can bring. The situation of those in the country became increasingly precarious.

“But there is something we can all do to give hope. Fundraising from this concert will make a real difference to those affected by conflict, sending a strong message of love and enabling existing DEC charities emergency aid assistance as well as help rebuilding lives in the months and years to come. “

James Rea, Director of Broadcast & Content at Global said: “This important fundraising event will raise important funds for DEC and Global is proud to partner with ITV, Livewire and DEC as we all strive to do so. Try and do what you can for the Ukrainian people. ”

A lineup of presenters and artists, to be announced in the coming days, will join the live show, which will be broadcast on ITV, STV, ITV Hub and STV Player.

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