With hosts like Bonang Matheba, Naomi Campbell, Tyler Perry, Sir Bob Geldof and Gayle King, the show promises to be one for the books.
Some of the performers expected to headline the much-anticipated event include the likes of Pharrell Williams, Tiwa Savage, Usher, Wizkid, D’Banj, and Ed Sheeran.
One good deed deserves another, so there won’t be tickets on sale for what promises to be a jam-packed show. Instead, those who’d like to attend will have to earn their ticket by good deeds and actions over the next six months in a bid to end poverty.
Out of the 100 000 tickets that will be available for the festival, 70 000 of those will be for the public for earn.
So, what good deed will you be engaging in?