The biggest names in music took the stage across the globe on July 2, 2005, in front of one million spectators and millions of viewers, all armed with one purpose—to make poverty history. You can still join the the largest internet streaming event ever on-demand throughout the summer. Catch every performance, from every show, on-demand—available to everyone at :
In what promises to be the biggest music event since Live Aid 20 years ago, dozens of the world's biggest pop acts performed at eight concerts around the world on July 2 to put pressure on world leaders meeting soon afterwards to do more to alleviate poverty in Africa. Hundreds of thousands of fans were present at concerts, and tens of millions more tuned in to an event which organizer and Irish rocker Bob Geldof wanted to "tilt the world a little bit on its axis in favor of the poor"...
G8 is formed with 8 nations whose leaders of the United States, Britain, Japan, Germany, France, Italy, Russia and Canada remained present as the rockers and campaigners led by Bob Geldof and U2 Bono have made a mass movement to press for action on African poverty.More than a million people jammed Live 8 venues around the globe as a galaxy of rock stars staged the world's biggest concert to pressure rich nations into doing more for the poor.
There, you see a banner on the right of this Blog and if you think you wish to support eradicating poverty all over the world, here is an opportunity.
- Blossomsmile ilaxi