The two-hour Concert for Ukraine event is a fundraiser for the charity DEC (Disasters Emergency Committee) that will benefit the plight of the people of Ukraine. Broadcasters STV, ITV, Livewire Pictures, and Global have partnered to create the live event. The funds raised will go towards supporting the ongoing DEC Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal.

The two-hour concert will be filmed by Livewire Pictures and ITV, and feature musical performances from Snow Patrol, Emeli Sande, and Gregory Porter. All proceeds will go to the DEC Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal. Tickets for the event will go on sale on Tuesday, March 22. There are also opportunities to support the effort by donating through various channels. The event is free to the public, so anyone can enjoy it.

Camila Cabello and Ed Sheeran are set to headline the two-hour concert, which is being held in support of the people of Ukraine. Other performers confirmed to perform include Gregory Porter, Snow Patrol, and Emeli Sande. As a member of Fifth Harmony, Cabello has risen to fame in recent years and launched her solo career. A full lineup has not yet been announced, but they are expected to make a huge contribution.

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This concert will raise money for the DEC Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal. The concerts are televised and will be supported by the UK’s ITV and STV networks. A list of other artists has been released, but Camila Cabello and Ed Sheeran are the first to be announced. There is no word yet on how many of these acts will perform at the concert.

The Concert for Ukraine will be a live event broadcast by ITV on March 29. The show will feature a variety of other artists, including Gregory Porter and Snow Patrol. The concert will be a two-hour event for the DEC. The charity is aiming to raise money for their efforts. The concert will also be a two-hour fundraising effort. The two-hour live event will feature popular songs from the top of the music industry.

The Concert For Ukraine will be broadcast on ITV on Tuesday 29 March. Other artists to be announced for the concert include Gregory Porter, Emeli Sande, and Camila Cabello. The event will raise funds for the DEC Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal. The livestreamed event will raise funds for the disaster relief in Ukraine. It will be produced by Livewire Pictures and ITV.

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