Destiny's Child, Mariah Carey and P. Diddy are among the latest acts added to the lineup of a Washington, D.C., benefit now titled United We Stand What More Can I Give, the Concert for Washington, D.C., and America.
Usher, Train, the Goo Goo Dolls and Rod Stewart have also been added to the October 21 concert's roster, which already included Michael Jackson, 'NSYNC, Backstreet Boys, Ricky Martin, Aerosmith, Kiss, James Brown and Al Green.
The event will be held at RFK Stadium and will raise funds for the American Red Cross Liberty Relief Fund, the Salvation Army Relief Fund and the Pentagon Relief Fund. Tickets went on sale Friday (October 12) and were nearly sold out at press time.
More artists will be announced, according to a spokesperson for the event. 'NSYNC's Lance Bass said organizers have also contacted Britney Spears, Bruce Springsteen and Matchbox Twenty about performing (see "'NSYNC, Backstreet Boys Unite For Benefit Concert").
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