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The relay PlayOn Fest will include performances by these artists in such festivals as Coachella, Lollapalooza, Primavera Sound and Rock In Rio.


Chris Martin, frontman of Coldplay

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Warner Music organized for this weekend PlayOn Fest, a kind of festival virtual, which will recover concerts by former stars such as Coldplay and Cardi B to raise funds to help the World Health Organization (WHO) in its fight against the pandemic of the coronavirus.

The record label has taken the hand of his great catalogue of figures from the music to the rescue actions of the past few years of artists, very diverse as Bruno Mars, Green Day, Ed Sheeran, Janelle Monáe, Twenty One Pilots, David Guetta, Brandi Carlile, Charli XCX, Death Cab for Cutie, Gary Clark Jr., Korn, Slipknot, The Flaming Lips, The War On Drugs and Nipsey Hussle, among many others.

In addition to Cardi B, the Latin representation of PlayOn Fest will include other singers very prominent as Anitta, Pablo Alborán or Sabrina Claudio.

The relay PlayOn Fest, which will run for a period of 72 uninterrupted hours of Friday 24 April to Sunday 26, will include performances by these artists at festivals, world-class, such as Coachella, Lollapalooza, Primavera Sound or Rock In Rio.

“Help us to raise money for the World Health Organization to boost the funds of help from COVID-19,” said the rapper Latin Cardi B in a press release.

“Thank you to all the health workers who dedicate their services and help save lives! As I can not get to the stage at this time, I’ll be reliving my presentation at the Global Citizen Festival 2018 to be able to send you some love and light. Stay safe!”, added.

“During this pandemic, we all look for ways to stay connected,” he noted, for her part, Elizabeth Cousens, president of the Foundation of the United Nations.

“The PlayOn Fest is a great way to come together, enjoy good music and company, and support the overall work more urgent from the WHO to combat the COVID-19”, he added.

This current pandemic coronavirus already left 2.47 million infected and 169,006 dead, according to figures today from the WHO.

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