Dire Straits - Tribute to Mandela Trailer

Dire Straits - Tribute to Mandela Trailer (1988)

14 October 1988

The Nelson Mandela 70th Birthday Tribute was a popular-music concert staged on June 11, 1988 at Wembley Stadium, London and broadcast to 67 countries and an audience of 600 million. It was also referred to as Freedomfest, Free Nelson Mandela Concert and Mandela Day. In the US, the Fox television network heavily censored the political aspects of the concert.

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United Kingdom 14 October 1988

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