SA Music Band, Goodluck To Join Other International Acts For Global Citizen And WHO Live Stream

South African music band, Goodluck are set to be the first band in South Africa, to be featured on the “Together at home Campaign” with Global Citizen and World Health Organization (WHO).

The band will be joining the likes of  John Legend, Cold Play and Charlie on the live streaming series. The Live stream is slated for Friday the 27th of March 2020. The purpose of the Live stream is to keep people in their homes and keep them entertained during the lockdown. As known the Country would be going on total lockdown in a few hours, this will be a nice moment to view the Live stream with your love ones while taken the safety precautions against the virus.

The band took to their Instagram page to make the announcement about the live stream series, saying they are honored to be the first African act to be featured.

See the post below;

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LISTEN UP! If you haven't heard the news, we are so excited to announce that we are the FIRST African act to be streaming live with @glblctzn and @who for #TogetherAtHome on FRIDAY. We join artists like @johnlegend @coldplay and @charlieputh in fighting the spread of COVID-19. Because we are going into 21 day lockdown on the same day , I am going to be doing a solo and mostly acoustic performance & as this is a first time for me, I will need all the support I can get! Please help spread the word about the stream on our IG (@GOODLUCKLIVE) at 8pm CAT! Where in the world will you be listening from & which songs would you love me to play live? . . . #covid19 #coronavirus #lockdown #togetherathome #stayathome #music #livestream #globalcitizen #who

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