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Bon Jovi and will.i.am Among Celebs To Perform At Live Earth India

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You know here on the Razz we sure love to dish about all the amazing star-studded green events happening in America — but I think it’s about time we showed India some love too!

On December 7th, a slew of legendary musicians will come together to celebrate Live Earth India — an initiative to help raise awareness and offer solutions to the world’s climate crisis!

Joining Grammy-winners Bon Jovi and Live Earth India spokesperson and actor, Amitabh Bachchan is a list of global superstars including Roger Waters, will.i.am, Anoushka Shankar, Shiamak Davar, Farhan Akhtar, Arjun Rampal, Purab Kohli, Shaan and many more! 

Tickets are already on sale and the concert will also be broadcast live from the Andheri Sports Complex in Mumbai on Star TV and Big FM radio.

Not able to make it to India? NO WORRIES! You can register to host your own Friends of Live Earth event and receive access to a special social networking site, where you can share ideas, ask and answer questions, support one another’s events, and share photos and stories afterward. I’m totally there!

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