Amnesty International will be holding their next Human Rights concert on 5 February at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, and it's got a pretty stellar lineup; Tegan and Sara, Lauryn Hill, The Flaming Lips, Cold War Kids, and more are set to perform. A press release states that the concert "will use technology to connect the music and message in real time from the stage of the Barclays Center to activists across the globe".

The organization has been holding these benefit concerts since the 80's with a slew of legendary artists performing at them, including Radiohead, Lou Reed, Peter Gabriel, and U2. Steven W. Hawkins of Amnesty International said that "We’re bringing back the concerts to show a new generation of activists how to stand up for justice at home and abroad–whether it is fighting for the right to voice dissent peacefully on social networks or in the streets, protecting the rights of women and girls, or standing in solidarity with individuals persecuted for who they are or what they believe". You can find more information about the concert, and Amnesty International, over at their website.