Clairo, Faye Webster & Stormzy lead lineup for Artists For Aid concert Jan 4

A powerful musical force is gathering to raise voices and funds for Gaza and Sudan: the Artists For Aid benefit concert

Scheduled for January 4th at Newark Symphony Hall, the Artists For Aid benefit concert promises a night of diverse talent united by a common cause.

Headlining the event are Stormzy, the British grime king known best for creating  rhymes that ignite social commentary, and indie pop darling Clairo,  who has managed to bottle the bittersweetness of youth with her dreamy vocals. But the stage holds much more.

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R&B crooner Omar Apollo joins folk artist Faye Webster, 070 Shake and Canadian songbird Charlotte Day Wilson.

Palestinian poet Mohammed El-Kurd is set to lend his powerful words, alongside Nick Hakim and R&B smoothies Daniel Caesar and 6lack.

Comedian Ramy Youssef brings his signature wit, promising light amidst the gravity of the cause.

And this is just the beginning. More artists are set to join, creating a musical tapestry as vibrant as the cultures they represent.

But the music is only half the story. 100% of proceeds go toHuman Concern International, whose tireless efforts provide life-saving aid in both regions.

Every ticket bought, every voice raised, every note sung becomes a vital lifeline for people facing immense hardship.

So, mark your calendars for January 4th. This is more than a concert; it’s a collective act of humanity, a symphony of solidarity where music becomes a potent force for good.

Join the chorus, lend your voice, and be part of something truly transformative. For Gaza and Sudan, for a future illuminated by hope, let the music play.