The show kicks off at lunchtime in Sydney and will run for around ten hours with a spectacular array of local and international stars. How can fans watch in the UK? Which channels will be showing the broadcast and at what time? Who else is playing alongside Queen and Adam Lambert? We have all the information you need right here.
WHAT TIME DOES THE FIRE FIGHT AUSTRALIA CONCERT START?
The show kicks off at 1pm Sydney time on Sunday. We are 11 hours behind Australia so that is 2am tonight in the UK.
The show is expected to finish around 11pm, after the final performances from local legends Olivia Newton-John and John Farnham. That is 2pm in the UK.
Queen already played their own concert at the same stadium on Saturday evening and will return 24 hours later to take the prime evening slot at the benefit concert.
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FIRE FIGHT AUSTRALIA ON SKY ONE:
Sky One will broadcast a 90-minute highlights show at 8pm on Monday February 17.
FIRE FIGHT AUSTRALIA: WHO IS PERFORMING?
As well as Queen and Adam Lambert, stars like k.d. lang, Tina Arena, Alice Cooper, Michael Buble, Ronan Keating, Olivia Newton-John, 5 Seconds of Summer and John Farnham will all take to the stage at the ANZ Stadium in Sydney…
FIRE FIGHT AUSTRALIA: HOW TO DONATE
Donations can be made via the official website www.firefightaustralia.com
All the money raised will go to the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal’s Fire Fight Fund and be used to support those Australians whose lives have been impacted by recent horrifying bushfire season.
The worst in living memory, they destroyed over 72,000 square miles and 2,800 homes. At least 34 people lost their lives, including 6 firefighters, and an estimated 1 billion wildlife were killed.