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Past Peace One Day Concerts

On 21 September 2002, one year after the adoption of UN GA Resolution 55/282, Peace One Day hosted its first annual celebration at Brixton Academy in London. Since then, the Peace One Day concerts have played an integral role in taking the message of Peace Day to the world. The TV special of the 2008 Royal Albert Hall Concert has been licensed for broadcast in 93 countries to date.

Peace One Day 10th Anniversary Concert
New York, 21st September 2009

Catch up with the Peace One Day 10th Anniversay Celebration in New York

Peace One Day 10th Anniversary Concert
Paris, Le Grand Rex, 19th September 2009

Catch up with the Peace One Day 10th Anniversary Concert here.

Peace One Day Celebrations 2007 and 2008, Royal Albert Hall, London

[ABOVE: highlights of the 2007 and 2008 celebrations]


Royal Albert Hall, London

Following the success of 2007’s event, Peace One Day took over the Royal Albert Hall again on 21 September for our most successful gig to date. The evening featured a gala screening of The Day After Peace introduced by Jude Law, followed by musical performances from Annie Lennox, Peter Gabriel, Bryan Adams, Lenny Kravitz and John Legend.  Our special guest speakers included UNICEF goodwill ambassador Martin Bell OBE; actor, Emilia Fox; Tottenham and England football star, David Bentley; and BBC Sports Presenter, Gabby Logan [© Getty Images].

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Royal Albert Hall, London

Peace One Day’s annual flagship event moved to London’s most iconic venue, the Royal Albert Hall, in 2007.  Live music was provided by Annie Lennox, Corinne Bailey Rae, Kate Nash, James Morrison, Marc Almond and Yusuf, formerly known as Cat Stevens.  Special guest speakers included Peace One Day ambassador, Jude Law; H.R.H. Prince Azim of Brunei; Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield of Ben & Jerry's; United Nations Director of News and Media, Ahmad Fawzi; novelist, Gregory David Roberts; and Olympic athlete, Linford Christie.