The annual one-day festival—hosted by Hugh Jackman and Deborra-lee Furness—will bring together 60,000 concertgoers and thousands more thanks to a livestream. However, if there's one particular artist you want to see, you might have to watch the entire show since Global Citizen isn't releasing set times or the order of artists. "With the amazing lineup, get there early to enjoy the whole show!" reads their FAQ page.
The Global Citizen Festival began in 2012 as a way to encourage people to volunteer, spread social awareness, or do another social good to obtain a free concert ticket with A-list performers. Since then, it's earned $37 billion with the goal of ending extreme poverty by 2030. "We do this by encouraging people to learn and take action on our platform; those actions apply pressure on world leaders to make commitments around the issues associated with extreme poverty: gender equality, food security, education, the environment, global health, citizenship, and sanitation," read their description for their cause. "We don't ask people for money, but to take action to end extreme poverty. These actions can be as simple as a tweet, signing a petition, making a phone call, or sending an email."
Watch the Global Citizen Festival's livestream above.