On Thursday, June 22, Global Citizen will bring a first-of-its-kind event to Paris’ iconic Champ de Mars — Power Our Planet: Live in Paris.

The event will feature performances from Lenny Kravitz, Billie Eilish, H.E.R., Jon Batiste, Ayra Starr, and Joé Dwèt Filé, with special guests FINNEAS and Mosimann, to send a message to world leaders and the private sector that cannot be ignored.

Global superstars will be joined by world leaders the likes of Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva; William Ruto, President of Kenya; Barbadian Prime Minister, Mia Mottley; as well as Ajay Banga, the President of the World Bank; Rajiv Shah, President of The Rockefeller Foundation; and Dr. Tedros Ghebreyesus, the Director General of the World Health Organization (WHO).

Also on the menu are appearances by John Boyega, Connie Britton, Sabrina Dhowre Elba, Cyril Dion, Danai Gurira, Diane Kruger, Aïssa Maïga, Norman Reedus, and Michelle Yeoh; alongside some of the world’s leading youth climate activists, including Xiye Bastida, Camille Etienne, Jerome Foster II, Brianna Fruean, Helena Gualinga, Elizabeth Wathuti, Wawa Gutheru, and Mitzi Jonelle Tan.

Presenters Rémy Buisine, Common, Padma Lakshmi, and Berla Mundi have also joined the lineup.

Power Our Planet: Live in Paris is part of Global Citizen’s year-long Power Our Planet campaign, working to ensure vulnerable countries get a better financial foundation and access to financing solutions to invest in the transition to clean energy and withstanding natural disasters. 

The event will be a megaphone to rally global leaders attending the New Global Financial Pact Summit, chaired by France’s President Macron on June 22 and 23 — calling on them to commit to reimagining our financial systems to meet the moment, defend the planet, and make sure that no matter where you live, everyone is protected from the worst impacts of climate change and inequality.

The goal of the Power Our Planet campaign is simple: galvanizing millions of people around the world to take action, raise their voices, and call on these leaders to make ambitious commitments to keep the financing promises that have already been made, unlock critical funding, invest in the green transition to keep global warming below 1.5 degrees, and increase support for the poorest countries to address the fight against poverty and inequality.

We know not everyone will have the opportunity to attend the event in person, of course, but that doesn’t mean you should miss out! We’ve laid out exactly how you can watch, listen, and stream the event on TV, online, or through the radio.

One of the absolute best places to watch is via the Global Citizen app — and by watching via the Global Citizen app you'll be able to lend your voice to support the campaign by taking action during the event itself too! To watch, take action, and receive the latest updates, download our app (you can also sign up as a Global Citizen and take action on our website).

You can also find out more about how you can get involved in the Power Our Planet campaign from anywhere you are in the world — and keep reading to find all the ways you can watch Power Our Planet: Live in Paris from wherever you are.


You can watch the entire Power Our Planet: Live in Paris event from anywhere in the world on the Global Citizen app, our YouTube channel, on our website globalcitizen.org, or on our Instagram, TikTok, Twitter, or Facebook pages.

Remember, the show is on Thursday, June 22 and starts at 8 p.m. CEST — that’s also 8 p.m. in South Africa; 2 p.m. on Friday, June 23 in Singapore; and 3 p.m. in Latin America.

Power Our Planet: Live in Paris will also be broadcast and streamed globally on the Amazon Music channel on Twitch, Apple Music & the Apple TV app, iHeartRadio, Evil Geniuses Creator Collective Twitch channels, and Veeps.

Be sure to keep an eye on our @GlblCtzn social media channels for more details, updates, and everything you need to know to get involved!

Don’t have the chance to watch live? Don’t worry! We’ll also be sharing all the best moments from the event on our app, our YouTube channel, and across our social media channels (@GlblCtzn) in the days after the event so come follow us and join in.

As well as all these global options, there are also regional options for Global Citizens around the world:

Latin America and the Caribbean

As well as the global tunein options above, Global CItizens in Latin America and the Caribbean can also watch Power Our Planet: Live in Paris on TNT from 3 p.m.


In South Africa, SABC, and TimesLIVE are broadcasting the event and Global Citizens can tune-in so you don’t miss a thing!


If you are in France and can’t join us on the Champ de Mars, you can watch the show on France Télévisions, Brut, and CSTAR.


Power Our Planet: Live in Paris will be broadcast on Mediacorp in Singapore from 2 p.m. on Friday, June 23.


Timezone shenanigans mean its a crisp and early 4 a.m. show start in Australia, where Global CItizens will be able to watch the show on 9Now. 

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Power Our Planet: Live in Paris — How to Watch Wherever You Are

By Akindare Lewis