Lady Gaga‘s coronavirus benefit concert takes place this weekend and the BBC has revealed how UK fans can tune in.

Taking place on Saturday (April 18), One World: Together at Home will feature performances from more than 100 acts, including Taylor SwiftBillie Eilish and Sir Paul McCartney.

The Gaga-curated virtual concert is being put on to support the COVID-19 Response Fund and celebrate health workers around the world as they continue to work on the frontline during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

The UK broadcast will include extra performances from British artists like Little MixSir Tom Jones and Rag ‘N’ Bone Man.

Other names set to appear include Eddie Vedder of Pearl JamStevie WonderBillie Joe Armstrong of Green DayAlanis MorissetteLizzoJ BalvinElton JohnJohn Legend, David Beckham, Priyanka Chopra Jones, Idris and Sabrina Elba, Kerry Washington, Shah Rukh Khan and Sesame Street cast members.

Meanwhile, the mayors of New York and Los Angeles have said that live concerts and festivals are unlikely to return until 2021, as the US remains in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.

Speaking to CNN’s Wolf Blitzer, L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti said: “It’s difficult to imagine us getting together in the thousands anytime soon, so I think we should be prepared for that this year.”