Olivia Newton-John joins Queen and many more for bushfire relief concert
With the heartbreak felt around the world as the Australian bushfires continue to ravage the nation, many are banding together to raise money for bushfire relief.
Some of the biggest names in music have teamed up for the Fire Fight Australia concert, which also includes Olivia Newton-John.
She shared the post on Instagram, saying that she was “proud to announce” that she will be performing.
"Australia, I'm proud to announce I'll be performing at #FireFightAustralia alongside an incredible line-up of artists to raise money for national bushfire relief," ONJ captioned her post that she published on Monday morning AEST.
"Tickets go on sale TODAY at 12noon AEDT from www.firefightaustralia.com. I hope you can join us for this special day to raise much needed funds for bushfire relief. #FireFightAustralia," she added.
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Earlier in the week, ONJ said that she was heartbroken about the devastation that’s impacting the country.
"It breaks my heart to see what is happening in my beloved Australia," she captioned her post.
Rock band Queen announced that they would be performing at the concert as well.
"Australia, we're proud to announce we're performing at #FireFightAustralia alongside an incredible line-up of artists to raise money for national bushfire relief."
Other impressive acts at the concert include Delta Goodrem, Guy Sebastian, Tina Arena and Jessica Mauboy.
This article was originally pubiished on Over60.