Stars including Jennifer Hudson, Seal and Smokey Robinson are set to perform at the White House in February (10) as part of U.S. President Barack Obama's celebrations for Black History Month.
Bob Dylan, John Legend and John Mellencamp will also join the concert on 10 February, which will commemorate the music of the civil rights movement and be filmed for a TV broadcast.
The president will kick off the event with a speech, while Morgan Freeman and Queen Latifah have agreed to host the evening.
The special, which will be broadcast in the U.S. on 11 February (10), is part of the ongoing celebrations across the country for Black History Month.