GlobalPovertyProject.comIf you can't make it to the Global Festival in New York City next weekend, here's some great news -- the event will be broadcast live on several TV networks and also will be streamed online for free. You'll be able to catch Neil Young & Crazy Horse's headlining set, as well as performances by Foo Fighters, The Black Keys and others, on your TV on Palladia or on Fuse. If you'd rather watch the show on your computer, you can join the audience online at VEVO.com, AOL.com, Yahoo.com, VH1.com, NYTimes.com and at YouTube.
In addition, organizers for the concert have announced that a number of celebrities will serve as hosts for the event, including TV correspondent Katie Couric, actresses Minka Kelly, Sophia Bush and Olivia Wilde, and pop singers Selena Gomez and Katharine McPhee.
The concert, which was created to raise money and awareness about global poverty, will air live on September 29 at 4 p.m. ET, and again at 12 a.m. and 8 a.m. the next day.
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