"Global Goal" will see famous artists digitally join forces for a concert aiming to put pressure on world leaders to take a global approach to ending the coronavirus.
"Global Goal" is the new all-star concert, airing this weekend and including performances from Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber and the cast of "Hamilton."
The festival mixes educational sessions with musical performances from the likes of Coldplay's Chris Martin.
"Seeing faces like mine portrayed in such a striking, vibrant and badass way in the media had a huge impact on me emotionally," Katherine Ho told Newsweek.
Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, Pharrell, Take That, Usher and Niall Horan will also perform at the concert, which will benefit the Manchester Emergency Fund.
The band also plan to record a song with Israeli and Palestinian artists.
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The news came the same day as the release of the band's seventh album.
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