Queen, Adam Lambert, and Alice Cooper will join other performers at an upcoming concert set to raise money to fight the fires in Australia.

The Fire Fight Australia gig is going to take place at Sydney’s ANZ Stadium on February 16 and will also see Olivia Newton-John and Pete Murray take the stage.

Delta Goodrem, Amy Shark, Conrad Sewell, and Tina Arena are on the list of performers, as well.

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Brian May shared the full lineup on Instagram:

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YES !!! It’s official. We’re donating our stage from our QAL show the previous night in Sydney for this great line-up of talent to raise money for Bushfire Relief. 💥💥💥💥 FIRE FIGHT AUSTRALIA will kick off from 1pm and run till late at ANZ Stadium, Sydney Olympic Park on Sunday 16 February 2020. Tickets go on sale at 12 Noon (AEDT) today at www.ticketek.com.au and are priced at $100, $85 and $70 with an option to make further contributions to bushfire relief during purchase. Ticketek Australia is the only authorised seller of FIRE FIGHT AUSTRALIA tickets. Do not pay more than the prices listed for your tickets. All concert ticket profits and all contributions through Ticketek will go towards key organisations providing vital “Rescue”, “Relief and Recovery” and “Rehabilitation”. • “Rescue” – Rural and regional fire services in affected states • “Relief and Recovery” – Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery • “Rehabilitation” – The RSPCA Bushfire Appeal Fans can also donate to bushfire relief through www.firefightaustralia.com All Media Enquiries: media@firefightaustralia.com All Other Enquiries: info@firefightaustralia.com Bri

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Queen and Adam Lambert will perform between dates of their Australian “The Rhapsody” tour, with them taking the stage in Sydney Feb. 15.

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May confirmed all ticket profits and contributions would go towards key organizations providing vital “rescue, relief and recovery and rehabilitation.”

Celebs have been donating millions of dollars to help amid the ongoing crisis, with Chris Hemsworth, Shawn Mendes, Kylie Jenner, Elton John, and more getting involved.