Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant has announced that he’ll perform for the upcoming charity concert called, ‘Music Therapy Christmas,’ and invited all of his fans to join him while coming out of a pretty tough year.

The iconic vocalist has recently taken Instagram to urge his fans to help for a good cause, explaining the latest project of Nordoff Robbins, which is the largest independent music therapy charity in the UK aiming to help people who struggle with life-limiting illnesses, isolation, or disability.

Plant said that he’ll be performing with Suzi Dian in the virtual concert on Tuesday, December 15, at 7 pm. After this chaotic year, the singer wanted to get together with his fans online to sing while raising money for a charity who uses the power of music to connect with others.

The stream, which is set for next Tuesday, will be internationally available. In addition to the site of Nordoff Robbins, the concert will be airing on social media channels of the charity.

Along with Plant, some of the greatest musicians and bands like Robbie Williams, Danny O’Donoghue, Florence Welch, and OneRepublic will get on the stage for this good aim.

Here’s what Robert Plant said in his recent Instagram post:

“Join me on Tuesday, 15th Dec at 7pm for the Nordoff Robbins Music Therapy Christmas event.

After what’s been a tough year, let’s virtually get together to sing while raising money for a charity who uses the power of music to connect with others.”

You can see the post below and check out the website of Nordoff Robbins here.