The ‘Never Gonna Give You Up’ hitmaker will take the stage on October 28 at Manchester Arena in north west England to carry out a career-spanning set for all those that have been on the forefront of the struggle towards COVID-19.
The 54-year-old singer mentioned: “Our NHS and emergency services are amazing. This concert is a thank you to all those fantastic frontline staff. I promise my band and I will give it everything to give you a great night out.”
Those eligible for tickets for his one-off free concert will likely be all frontline NHS staff, Primary Care staff plus the emergency providers together with Ambulance, Fire Brigade and Police throughout the United Kingdom.
Tickets will likely be restricted to two per particular person – eligible NHS, Primary Care and Emergency Services staff members and one visitor – and will likely be out there from Thursday April 2 at 7pm through Ticketmaster.
The coronavirus – which causes many victims to expertise a persistent cough and excessive temperature – originated in Wuhan, China, and has swept throughout the globe, killing over 36,000 folks worldwide, since December.
Many nations are actually in lockdown – that means individuals are practising social distancing and are solely allowed to go away their houses for requirements.
Celebrities comparable to Idris Elba, Tom Hanks and his spouse Rita Wilson, Kristofer Hivju and Andy Cohen have contracted the lethal virus, whereas Queen Elizabeth’s son Prince Charles and Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson are at the moment in isolation after testing optimistic for the illness.
While Rick is placing on a concert for the courageous NHS staff, different stars are donating lump sums to hospitals to assist assist them throughout this powerful time.
Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds not too long ago made a $400,000 donation in the direction of the struggle towards coronavirus – simply two weeks after they handed over a seven-figure sum to foodbanks in North America.
Kristen Bell has additionally agreed to host an hour-long Nickelodeon present referred to as ‘#KidsTogether: The Nickelodeon Town Hall’, alongside medical specialists to reply children’ questions on COVID-19.