We don’t know about you, but we think that today, right this second, is an excellent time to stand up for global equality and the end of the climate crisis. Do you know who else thinks so? 

Lenny KravitzBillie EilishH.E.R., Jon Batiste, Ayra Starr, and Joé Dwèt Filé — because they’ll be hitting the stage at our newly-announced event: Power Our Planet: Live in Paris. Also included in this epic lineup are special guests FINNEAS and Mosimann. You’ll want to be there, trust us. 

Where is there? You might ask. We’ve got you covered.

This June 22 we’re inviting you to join us on the Champ de Mars in Paris to take action, raise your voice, and call on world, business, and philanthropic leaders to step up against global inequality and climate change. 

Under the high patronage of Emmanuel Macron, President of the French Republic, Power Our Planet: Live in Paris will rally global leaders attending the New Global Financial Pact Summit, chaired by President Macron, to drive commitments from world leaders and the private sector to confront the climate crisis head on. 

Also joining Power Our Planet: Live in Paris are John Boyega, Connie Britton, Sabrina Dhowre Elba, Cyril Dion, Danai Gurira, Diane Kruger, Aïssa Maïga, Norman Reedus, Michelle Yeoh, Rémy Buisine, Common, Padma Lakshmi, and Berla Mundi.

The event will provide a platform for calls to action from some of the world’s leading youth climate activists, including Xiye Bastida, Camille Etienne, Jerome Foster II, Elizabeth Wathuti, Wawa Guteru, Brianna Fruean, Helena Gualinga, and Mitzi Jonelle Tan, among others.

Oh, did we mention that tickets for Power Our Planet: Live in Paris are free?

That’s right! It’s a free, ticketed event. All you need to do is earn your tickets by taking action with Global Citizen on our app or website to help Power Our Planet. With each action you take, you earn points that go toward your entries into the draws to win a pair of tickets. 

Here’s everything you need to know about how to earn tickets and how you can take action to help Power Our Planet — and for any further questions, head to our FAQ page.

We’re honored to have such an incredible lineup of artists, who’ve all, in their own right, used their voices to call for action and change when the world most needed it. They’re not only performers who will no doubt light up the Paris stage, but they also champion a just and equitable world, and are now using their talents to support the call to Power Our Planet.

“The next generation are inheriting a planet that’s being devastated by climate change,” said Lenny Kravitz. “We have the power to change things with our voices and our actions. Join me on June 22, from wherever you are, and act today to save tomorrow.” 

Global Citizens all around the world will also be able to join in the event from their own homes, with Power Our Planet: Live in Paris being broadcast and streamed to the world on YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, the Amazon Music channel on Twitch, Apple Music, and the Apple TV app, iHeartRadio, 9NOW in Australia, CSTAR, SABC in South Africa, TNT in Latin America and the Caribbean, Veeps, and the Global Citizen app. Head here to find out all the ways you can tune in and watch wherever you are.

The event will be a live moment to spearhead our year-long Power Our Planet campaign, working to give vulnerable countries a better financial foundation and access to financing solutions to invest in the transition to clean energy and withstanding natural disasters. 

Through the Power Our Planet campaign, co-chaired by Prime Minister Mia Mottley of Barbados, we as Global Citizens, are together calling on global 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 health inequity, education, and the fight against poverty. 

Power Our Planet: Live in Paris will pave the way for urgent funding to be delivered throughout the year, including at the G20 summit in New Delhi, India in September; the Global Citizen Festival held during the United Nations General Assembly in New York City, US, in September; the International Monetary Fund and World Bank meetings in October; and culminating at COP28 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, in November. 

Find out more here about the Power Our Planet campaign, how you can get involved, and what action we’re calling for from world leaders, multilateral development banks, private sector leaders, and more.

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