Curated by radio presenter Abbie McCarthy and streaming online from Wembley, the event will raise funds for Women’s Aid.
Meanwhile, Maisie took to Instagram to say she was “so honoured to be supporting” the charity, which works to end domestic abuse against women and children.
Over 20 artists are due to perform at the festival, with Fickle Friends, James Bay, Nina Nesbitt and Yungblud also amongst those on the bill.
‼️Announcing #Unity2020 ❤️
Bringing performances from the most exciting artists in the world straight to you at home, all whilst raising money for an important cause in @womensaid
It’s the 1st ever virtual festival from Wembley & it’s looking set to be a v.special weekend 🥰 pic.twitter.com/lguaSNZ6zu
— Abbie McCarthy (@AbbieAbbiemac) May 1, 2020
The event will be live-streamed on 9 and 10 May, with more information available on Abbie McCarthy’s Twitter account.
Find out more about Maisie’s virtual book club, or dodie’s new ALOSIA t-shirt raising funds for charity.