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Elton John (UK) Faith Hill(I) Faudel(F) Florent Pagny(F)
Gemelli Diversi(I) Geoffrey Oryema(UKC) Good Charlotte (J) Gordon Lightfoot(C) Great Big Sea(G) Green Day(G)
Herbert Groenemeyer(G) Irene Grandi (I) Jabu Khanyile(SA) James Brown (F) Jann Arden (C) Jay-Z (USA) Jet(C) Joana Zimmer (G) Josh Groban (USA) Joss Stone (UK) Jovanotti (I) Juan Diego Florez (G) Juli (G)
Kaiser Chiefs (USA) Katherine Jenkins (G) Keane (UK) Keith Urban(USA) Kool Shen(F) Kyo(F)
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The Cure (F) The Who (UK) The Tragically Hip (C) Thomas Mapfumo (UKC) Tim McGraw (I) Tina Arena (F) Tinariwen (UKC) Tiromancino (I) Tom Cochrane (C) Tracy Chapman (G) Travis (UK)
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Yannick Noah (F) Youssou N'Dour (F, UK)
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Blues Brothers star Dan Aykroyd hosts
this awesome gig at Park Place in his homeland of Ontario. A capacity crowd of 40,000 will rock around the Rockies to Bryan Adams, Deep Purple, Celine Dion (by satellite from
Las Vegas), Motley Crue, The Tragically
Hip, Barenaked Ladies, African Guitar Summit, Jann Arden, Bachman- Cummings Band, Blue Rodeo and Bruce Cockburn.
Stevie Wonder didn't perform in the
original Live Aid, but 20 years on he's topping the bill in the States. Film star Will Smith hosts six hours of music at the Museum
Of Art in Philadelphia. The line-up includes Destiny's Child, Kaiser Chiefs, Linkin Park, Maroon 5, Bon Jovi, Ludacris, Rob Thomas, Alicia Keys, the Dave Matthews Band, Jay-Z and Black Eyed Peas.
A quarter of a million people
will descend on the ancient amphitheatre of Circus Maximus to show their support
for Make Poverty History, and groove toFaith Hill (right), Irene Grandi, Jovanotti, Tim McGraw, Nek, Laura Pausini,
Negrita, Claudio Baglioni and Ligabue.
More than 100,000 people from around the world will descend on Scotland's capital for the MakeHistoryPoverty rally, on the eve On the Eve (Накануне in Russian) is the third novel by famous Russian writer Ivan Turgenev, best known for his short stories and the novel Fathers and Sons. of the G8 summit at Gleneagles. At 3pm, protesters will form a giant human white band. Daniel Bedingfield and Billy Bragg wil appear on stage. [macron ma·cron
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2. ]For full details see pages 18 & 19.
The Africa Calling concert addresses concerns about Live8's white-dominated line-up. Hosted by Peter Gabriel, a crowd of 5,000 is expected at the Eden Project near St Austell. Topping the bill are Angelique Kidjo (left), Mariam Mursal, Thomas Mapfumo And The Blacks Unlimited, and Daara J.LONDON, UK
The biggest and best gig of all takes place in Hyde Park. Around a quarter of
a million people are expected in the arena to rock their socks off for seven hours to a
star-studded line-up that includes Paul McCartney, U2 (right), Elton
John, Pink Floyd, Madonna, Coldplay and Sting.
JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA
Nelson Mandela is expected to welcome 50,000 people as they assemble in the heart of Johannesburg. Appearing in the picturesque Mary Fitzgerald Square The 22000 capacity Mary Fitzgerald Square is in the heart of Newtown, a part of downtown Johannesburg earmarked for a number of urban renewal projects. Icons of the South African cultural scene surround the square: the Market Theatre — which played host to much of the 1980's and wowing an international audience on a live link-up are Lucky Dube, Mahotella Queens, Zola, Jabu Khanyile & Bayete, Malaika, Lindiwe, Salif Keita, Wasis Diop and One Giant Leap.
The Brandenburg Gate is the setting
for a concert featuring Green Day, Roxy Music, Chris de Burgh, former Beach Boy legend Brian
Wilson, Audioslave and A-ha. The six-hour show in front of 100,000 people takes place on the site where the Berlin Wall once stood.
There's a spectacular bill here in a spectacular
setting - the magnificent 17th century Palace of Versailles. The list of artists is headed by the Godfather of Soul James Brown. Also appearing are British goth favourites The Cure, Dido - after jetting in from playing Live8 at Hyde Park, Latin beauty Shakira, Craig David, Sheryl Crow, Andrea Bocelli and many more.
Live8 Japan kicks off the global series of star-studded concerts at the Makuhari Messe in Chiba, near Tokyo. The
seven-hour show, watched by an audience of 20,000 people, will feature Bjork (above), Def Tech, Dreams Come True, Good Charlotte, McFly and Rize.
BAND LINE-UPS AND TIMES SUBJECT TO CHANGE