AOL's exclusive live-stream of 'Shining a Light' concert to include P!nk, Ed Sheeran and more!

John Legend, Ed Sheeran Headlining 'Shining a Light' Concert
John Legend, Ed Sheeran Headlining 'Shining a Light' Concert

Get ready for one star-studded concert!

AOL is excited to announce that we will be the exclusive live-stream for the "Shining a Light" concert event to help fight racial tension in America.

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A+E Networks, iHeart and partners have joined forces to bring together the biggest and best stars in the business. This is all to help bring awareness surrounding the progress on race in America, following the Mother Emanuel tragedy and inspired by the reaction of the family members and Charleston community.

"Shining a Light: A Concert for Progress on Race in America" will air the special broadcast on November 20 at 8 PM EST. The two hour long event will live-stream exclusively on, as well as across A+E Networks and 150 iHeart radio stations.

After the concert, "Shining a Light: Conversations on Race in America" will follow, as artists visit local communities and host round tables and community gatherings with civic leaders, and individuals affected by recent acts of racism.

The concert event is definitely not short on A-list powerhouses. Among the performers are Pharrell Williams, John Legend, Ed Sheeran, Bruce Springsteen, Jamie Foxx, Pink, Sia, Zac Brown Band, Sting, Eric Church, Tori Kelly, and Miguel!

Many have already taken to social media to announce their involvement in the concert!

It's safe to say this will definitely be a concert event and powerful conversation that you won't want to miss! Make sure to tune in to at 8 PM EST on Nov. 20 to catch "Shining A Light!"

To get ready, check out some pics of one of the performers, Ed Sheeran!

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