The catastrophic Australian bushfires have dominated headlines all over the world for months, but for now, there is some good news.
To raise funds for the national bushfire relief, some of the biggest names in music have teamed up for the Fire Fight Australia concert, including none other than our very own national treasure, Olivia Newton-John.
Taking to Instagram, the 71-year-old singer and actress shared a photo of the lineup for the concert, which will be held in Sydney on Sunday February 16.
"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 on Monday morning.
"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.
Earlier in the week, the Grease star spoke about the tragic bushfires on her Instagram account, sharing links to donate to local state fire services.
"It breaks my heart to see what is happening in my beloved Australia," she captioned her post.
"You can all help the animals and the Aussies by sending donations to the @australiazoo and the @redcrossau . Thank you - every dollar helps!!! Love & light, Olivia," she added, before providing links to the Wildlife Warriors and Red Cross websites.
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ONJ isn't the only big name to take to the stage in February.
Rock band Queen also announced that they would be performing and shared a photo of the lineup with the caption: "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."
Delta Goodrem, Guy Sebastian, Tina Arena and Jessica Mauboy will also be performing, along with international stars Adam Lambert and Alice Cooper.
The event will be hosted by fundraising local hero Celeste Barber, who has raised over $50 million for The Trustee for NSW Rural Fire Service & Brigades Donations Fund.
"Did someone order a hostess?!? I'm so pumped to be hosting this event to raise money for national bushfire relief. I've already started stretching," the comedian captioned her Instagram post.
We can't wait to see what she has in store!
Keen to do your bit and see some epic performances? Check out the link here.
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