Find Out What Time Your Favorite Performers Will Be Appearing On The Concert For New York City: 10 Years Later

| will be streaming a special, one-time only re-broadcast of the Concert For New York City this Sunday afternoon, September 11th, starting at 4 p.m. ET; the entire broadcast will also be shown commercial-free on VH1 that afternoon, too. As a nation reflects back on the tenth anniversary of the most horrific attack to ever occur on American soil, we here at VH1 will be focused on remembering the way that the artistic community came together during the difficult days and weeks after 9/11 to not only to pay respect to those who lost their lives that day, but also to honor the heroes that emerged in the aftermath of the terrorist attack.

The Concert For New York City: 10 Years Later is being hosted by native New Yorker Ed Burns, and will feature memorable, once-in-a-lifetime performances from the likes of Paul McCartney, The Who, Bon Jovi, Billy Joel, Jay-Z, Destiny’s Child and many, many more. In order to make sure that you don’t miss the performances of your favorite artists, we’ve put together this handy schedule for you of who will be streaming/appearing on-air when. We hope you find it helpful!

And remember, even though it’s 10 years later, the Robin Hood Relief Fund could still use your assistance. Follow along for a schedule of when to tune-in to see the show’s most captivating moments…

The Concert For New York City: 10 Years Later Air Schedule (All times approximate)
4:02 p.m. ET: David Bowie performs “America” and “Heroes”
4:12 p.m. ET: Billy Crystal‘s comedy routine
4:27 p.m. ET: Bon Jovi performs “Livin’ On A Prayer,” “Wanted Dead Or Alive” and “It’s My Life”
4:38 p.m. ET: Mark Wahlberg introduces Jay-Z‘s performance of “Izzo (H.O.V.A.)”
4:44 p.m. ET: Goo Goo Dolls perform “Iris” and “American Girl”
5:09 p.m. ET: Billy Joel performs “Miami 2017 (Seen The Lights Go Out On Broadway)” and “New York State Of Mind”
5:20 p.m. ET: Will Ferrell‘s comedy routine (in character as George W. Bush)
5:28 p.m. ET: Destiny’s Child performs “Emotion” and “Walk With Me”
5:37 p.m. ET: Eric Clapton and Buddy Guy perform “Hoochie Coochie Man” and “Everything Gonna Be Alright”
5:50 p.m. ET: James Lipton introduces Adam Sandler‘s comedy routine (in character as Operaman)
6:03 p.m. ET: Backstreet Boys perform “I Want It That Way,” “Time” and “Quit Playin’ Games With My Heart”
6:11 p.m. ET: David Spade introduces Melissa Etheridge‘s performance of “Come To My Window” and “Born To Run”
6:30 p.m. ET: John Cusack and NY Heroes introduce The Who‘s performance of “Who Are You,” “Baba O’Riley,” “Behind Blue Eyes” and “Won’t Get Fooled Again”
7:12 p.m. ET: Mick Jagger and Keith Richards perform “Salt Of The Earth” and “Miss You”
7:28 p.m. ET: Macy Gray performs “With A Little Help From My Friends”
7:36 p.m. ET: Bill Clinton introduces James Taylor‘s performance of “Fire And Rain” and “Up On The Roof”
8:06 p.m. ET: Jimmy Fallon‘s comedy routine
8:15 p.m. ET: John Mellencamp performs “Peaceful World” and “Pink Houses” (the latter with Kid Rock)
8:31 p.m. ET: Five For Fighting performs “Superman (It’s Not Easy)”
8:40 p.m. ET: Janet Jackson performs “Together Again”
8:48 p.m. ET: Elton John performs “I Want Love,” “Mona Lisas And Mad Hatters” and “Your Song” (the latter with Billy Joel)
9:12 p.m. ET: Jim Carrey‘s comedy routine
9:18 p.m. ET: Paul McCartney performs “I’m Down,” “Lonely Road,” “From A Lover To A Friend,” “Yesterday,” “Freedom,” “Let It Be” and “Freedom (Reprise)”

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