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Live Earth Australia Revealed

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Live Earth has announced the line up and ticket information for the first of all of the Live Earth concerts to take place on 7/7/07. Artists performing in Sydney’s Aussie Stadium are: Blue King Brown, Crowded House, Eskimo Joe, Ghostwriters, Jack Johnson, John Butler Trio, Missy Higgins, Paul Kelly, Sneaky Sound System, Toni Collette & the Finish, Wolfmother. Regarding the event and the Save Our Selves campaign, Al Gore said today, “This movement begins here at Aussie Stadium.”

Tickets go on sale on Friday, May 18 at 9 am (AEST) on Ticketek. They’ll set you back $99 each, and you are maxed out at 4 tickets. So get ready, it’s only a week and a half away!

The performers selected for Sydney’s Live Earth are quite appropriate for the topic. We all know how green Jack Johnson is. The John Bulter Trio, a super popular group in Australia is also known for practicing and preaching sustainability (see them in Boston in a couple weeks @ Earthfest!). Missy Higgins doesn’t even own a car; she bikes or uses public transit to get where she’s going! Read more about the artists here (pdf).

Check out the Live Earth blog for constantly updated info on all of the Live Earth concerts.

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