November 22, 2019 at 5:51 pm EST | by John Paul King
Diana Ross to perform at free World AIDS Day concert
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Iconic diva Diana Ross will be performing a free concert on World AIDS Day.

That announcement comes from AIDS Healthcare Foundation in Los Angeles, the largest global AIDS organization, who is once again set to hold a variety of free concerts, community events and formal observations in many of the 43 countries around the globe that AHF serves in to mark World AIDS Day, formally observed each year on December 1st.

In the US, AHF will host four free high-profile concerts in Dallas, Los Angeles, Miami and Atlanta, with the incomparable Diana Ross featured as special guest at the Dallas concert on November 29th at the Bomb Factory.

The lineups:

  • DALLAS – Nov. 29 (Friday) – AHF is partnering with respected local AIDS organization, AIN, to host a free concert with the incomparable Diana Ross. Joining Ms. Ross will be host Dascha Polanco, R&B singer KeKe Wyatt and singer, actress Teyana Taylor.  The concert will take place at the Bomb Factory. 
  • LOS ANGELES – Dec. 1 (Sunday) – 2019 Primetime Emmy Award-winner, Billy Porter, will host a concert at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre with Grammy award-winner Faith Evans, singer/songwriter, Daya and entertainer Miss Shalae. Partnering with AHF is Impulse United, which are celebrating its 10-year anniversary.
  • ATLANTA – Dec. 5 (Thursday) at Center Stage Atlanta will be Grammy nominated artists Deborah Cox, Raheem DeVaughn and rapper K Camp.
  • MIAMI – Dec. 7 (Saturday) – The Adrienne Arscht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami Dade County is the site with performances by singer/songwriterIndia, multi-talented musician Amara La Negra and singer/songwriter Todrick Hall.

There will also be scores of other events set in the fifteen U.S. states that AHF operates in as well as more than 100 additional AHF World AIDS Day commemorations and events around the globe.

The Dallas concert, presented in partnership with AIN (formerly AIDS Interfaith Network), is AHF’s premier US event.

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