Billie Eilish, HER, Lenny Kravitz and Jon Batiste will be headlining Global Citizen’s Power Our Planet: Live in Paris festival

Global Citizen’s Power Our Planet: Live in Paris festival has announced headliners including Lenny Kravitz, Billie Eilish, HER and Jon Batiste.

The festival takes place on June 22nd in Paris on the Champ de Mars to raise awareness and urge world, business and charity leaders to take a stand against global inequality and climate change. “Under the auspices of Emmanuel Macron, President of the French Republic, Power Our Planet: Live in Paris will bring together global leaders attending the New Financial Pact Summit, chaired by President Macron, to share leaders’ commitments To confront world leaders and the private sector.” “The climate crisis is moving forward,” the press release reads.

Tickets to the event are free and can be purchased by contributing to the Global Citizen app or website. For each action performed on the site, points are accumulated, which are used to enter the raffle for winning a set of tickets. Global Citizens has taken over 33.5 million actions since 2009 and helped distribute more than $43.6 billion to partners around the world fighting extreme poverty around the world.

“The world’s most vulnerable countries and people contribute the least to climate change, yet are the hardest hit. To address this issue, Global Citizen is launching “Power Our Planet” – a year-long campaign to provide vulnerable countries with a better financial footing and access to financing solutions so they can invest in clean energy transitions and withstand natural disasters the message The mission of the initiative.

“We’re bringing the Power Our Planet call to key moments throughout the year, including the G7 Summit in May, the New Financing Pact Summit in Paris in June, the G20 Summit and the United Nations General Assembly in September and the COP28 in November,” the organization continues. The main ticket draw is only available to Global Citizens live in France. Participants must be over 18 years of age, but those under 18 can also participate as a guest of a ticket holder.