A host of new names have been announced for Greenpeace’s AAA virtual concert.
The concert is a virtual party from the creators of the Greenpeace Field at Glastonbury. Taking place over the weekend of June 18-20, the festival had already announced the likes of Tim Burgess, Arlo Parks, Georgia and Squid.
See the full lineup for Greenpeace’s AAA concert below:
💚 FULL LINE UP ANNOUNCED 💚
— ActionAllAreas (@ActionAllAreas) June 15, 2020
Across the three-day event, fans will be able to tune via interactive website Actionallareas.org, featuring digital ‘areas’ of live music, food and information on becoming a part of Greenpeace.
Speaking of the event, organisers said: “Normally at this time of year Greenpeace would be preparing to hit the road for a summer filled with festival appearances and collaborations, bringing their vital message to festival-goers across the land.
“This year, instead, Greenpeace has announced a way to keep the party and activism message strong – ‘Greenpeace AAA (Action All Areas)’ – an inclusive online experience open to all.
“Greenpeace will present an array of music performances, live DJ sessions, plus much more, focusing on how – once the worst of the COVID crisis has settled – we must come together and push forward to build a fairer, safer, cleaner, and more resilient world.”
The BBC are set to host a special event later this month to mark what would’ve been Glastonbury’s 50th anniversary festival.
The Worthy Farm event’s 2020 edition – set to be headlined by Paul McCartney, Kendrick Lamar and Taylor Swift – was cancelled in March due to the coronavirus pandemic. Shortly after the news broke, fans were told to expect a celebratory run of programming across Glastonbury weekend (June 24-28).