Global Citizen Festival 2019

Global Citizen Festival 2019 will take place on September 28th on Central Park’s Great Lawn! The annual music festival will be hosted by Hugh Jackman and Deborra-Lee Furness.  If you don’t know who Deborra-Lee Furness is, she is married to Hugh Jackman. And she’s an actress and producer.

Global Citizen Festival 2019 Performers:

  • Queen + Adam Lambert
  • Pharrell Williams
  • Alicia Keys
  • OneRepublic
  • H.E.R
  • Carole King

Special guests will include French Montana, Ben Platt, Jon Batiste and Stay Human.

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Tickets are free … but you must earn them. Follow these steps:

Step 1: Download the Global Citizen App (App Store or Google Play)

Step 2:  “Take Action”. The app will present you with different actions you can choose from to earn points towards a ticket.  These actions include re-Tweeting messages, sending emails, signing petitions and more.  All actions are designed to improve the quality of life around the world, with high-level goals like alleviating poverty and disease and improving the lives of children.

You can also follow Global Citizen on Facebook and Twitter for more ways to take action.

Step 3: Rack up your points for the chance to earn a ticket. Those who earn enough points will be entered into a random drawing for tickets. Winners will be rewarded with two tickets to Global Citizen Festival 2019!

Doors will open at 2pm on September 28th, 2019.

Since 2012, millions of actions taken through the Global Citizen app have contributed to a worldwide value of almost $38 billion, while helping over 2 billion people.

To learn more, check out Global Citizen Festival’s official website.

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