Camila Cabello and Ed Sheeran announced as first acts for Concert For Ukraine

Emeli Sande, Gregory Porter and Snow Patrol are also among the first lot of acts announced for the humanitarian appeal.

Camila Cabello and Ed Sheeran have been announced as the first headline acts for the upcoming Concert For Ukraine. 

The live, two-hour spectacular is aiming to raise funds for humanitarian appeal to help support those affected by the Russia-Ukraine invasion. 

Concert For Ukraine will be aired Tuesday March 29, and will be broadcast exclusively on ITV & the ITV Hub as well as STV and STV Player for Scottish viewers. 

Joining Camila and Ed at the concert, Emeli Sande, Gregory Porter and Snow Patrol complete the first announced line-up, with more names to be revealed. 

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Camila says: "My heart is breaking for the people of Ukraine. As refugees from Ukraine join millions of others displaced around the globe, we all have a responsibility [...] We're focusing out efforts on [helping this effort] as quickly as we can."

The Concert For Ukraine will be held at the Resorts World Arena, Birmingham. All sponsorship and ad revenue for the event will be donated to the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) - with viewers also able to donate directly during the live show. 

If you want to attend Concert For Ukraine yourself, tickets go on sale tomorrow. You can buy yours via the

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This p*sses me off. It's only when something is/was in grave danger people "come together". I didn't see this humanitarian gig with Myanmar or Syria, but Ukraine? Sure.

I'm not at all against helping people in need or were unfairly stripped of basic needs, but Ukraine gets special treatment unlike other countries. See the iTunes UK home page? Ukraine support is shoved down our throats.

If I were a popular artist, I would refuse a performance because I am not directly affected and I'm not wasting my days/hours on a false kind of "feel-good" activity then I go back to my usual BS.