The Voice singers line up for Reach charity

Nine has announced the roll-call of singers from The Voice who will perform in a one-off charity concert for the Reach Foundation, founded by the late AFL player Jim Stynes.

To be staged at The Palms at Crown complex and hosted by Darren McMullen it will feature all four finalists Karise Eden, Darren Percival, Sarah DeBono and Rachael Leahcar.

Also set to perform are Prinnie Stevens, Mahalia Barnes, Adam Martin, Ben Hazlewood, Chris Sebastian, Fatai V, Mitchell Johnson, Brittany Cairns, Kelsie Rimmer, Diana Rouvas, Viktoria Bolonina, Emma Louise Birdsall and Casey Withoos.

Megan Washington will also perform.

Faustina Agolley, Jules Lund and Jesinta Campbell will also appear in the special when it airs on Nine.

Jeffrey Browne, Nine’s Director said, “Everyone at the Nine Network has been touched by the incredible work of the Reach Foundation and the support they give to young people across Australia. This concert is our way of acknowledging them and helping to spread their message to the broader Australian audience.

“The calibre of performers who are joining us is exciting and the night will be a wonderful piece of entertainment for our viewers.”

Reach CEO Sarah Davies said, “This incredible opportunity helps to spread the word about Reach and the positive difference it makes in the lives of tens of thousands of young Australians each year.”

Nine is yet to announce ticket details or an on-air date for the special Voices Reaching Out.


  1. Sounds pretty good to me but I know it will be some long drawn out event with one song each and a billion ads/too much talking in between.

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