McDonald’s has announced a weekend of live music from major UK acts on October 30th – November 1st. This online music event I’m Lovin’ It Live will feature artists including Stormzy, Lewis Capaldi, Jess Glynne and Craig David.
This will be a rare performance from Stormzy as he had to cancel his ‘Heavy Is The Head’ tour due to the coronavirus pandemic, which he has rescheduled for next year with shows set to take place across the UK in April 2021.
The McDonald’s virtual festival will start on Friday, October 30th with Jess Glynne support3ed by Becky Hill will of The Voice.
Saturday’s triple bill will be headed by Kaiser Chiefs, Olly Murs and Craig David will end the day with a set of classics.
Stormzy will end the whole concert with his performance after Lewis Capaldi.
The program will also factor in other activities like, hosting daily football sessions with football star Peter Crouch and Lucy Bronze and also a holiday reading club with Tom Fletcher a children’s author and pop star.
The VP Food and Beverage, Product Development and Marketing Michelle Graham-Clare in a statement said, “we know the new normal is tough on everyone. I’m Lovin’ it Live is our way of saying thank you to our people and to our customers for all their support this year.
Hopefully, our week of good things and good times offers something for everyone from families looking for fun to music fans missing the gig scene.”
This McDonald’s way of supporting Marcus Rashford’s campaign for children to get free meals during the school holidays. The restaurant chain will be offering one million meals for vulnerable families.
All of the live music will be shared exclusively via My McDonald’s App.