The biggest names in Australian music will join forces this Anzac Day to perform from their own homes in a televised concert dedicated to the frontline workers against the Covid-19 pandemic.
Screening on Anzac Day this Saturday, April 25 from 7.30pm on Nine, the uplifting Music From The Home Front will give viewers a front row seat to performances from artists including Ben Lee, Birds Of Tokyo with West Australian Symphony Orchestra, Courtney Barnett, Delta Goodrem, Ian Moss, Jimmy Barnes, Kevin Parker (Tame Impala), Missy Higgins, Paul Kelly, The Rubens, The Wiggles, Vance Joy and Vika & Linda Bull.
This concert is a big thank you to these workers, and is especially poignant on what is a sacred day for Australians. For those who have fought under our flags and those who serve on the frontline in the fight against Covid-19, we salute you on this very different Anzac Day.
The unique performances will encourage all Australians who are staying home to invoke the Anzac spirit by coming together to recognize the work of all frontline workers.
You can even be a part of the show!
Ben Lee will be performing his iconic song ‘We’re All In This Together’ and he wants you to be a part of his choir! Record yourself singing the chorus and you could be a part of the TV special this Saturday night. Get more information and submit your video here.