On June 1st, CHIME FOR CHANGE presents a global concert event to put girls’ and women’s issues on the world’s stage. Millions of people will join in THE SOUND OF CHANGE LIVE, to promote Education, Health and Justice for girls and women everywhere.

Featuring Beyonce, John Legend, Florence + The Machine, Haim, Ellie Goulding, Rita Ora, Timbaland and many more, the concert will take place at Twickenham Stadium.

The SOUND OF CHANGE LIVE is proudly underwritten by Gucci to ensure that all ticket sales go directly to projects that improve the lives of girls and women around the world. Every ticket holder will receive a Sound of Change voucher via email with a unique code, which can be used to support a project of your choice. You will receive your voucher on June 2nd.

The SOUND OF CHANGE LIVE will be broadcast globally, so you can be part of this historic concert event wherever you are. Broadcast details will be included here closer to June 1st.

CHIME FOR CHANGE serves to convene, unite and strengthen voices speaking out for girls and women around the world and will focus on three key pillars: Education, Health and Justice. The campaign comes at a historic and pivotal moment for girls and women globally as the world’s attention is drawn to international stories ranging from Malala’s personal fight for education in Pakistan to headlines of violence against women in all corners of the world, including India, Ireland, South Africa and the United States.

Find out more about the concert here.

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