Apart from musicians from Hela and Southern Highlands, B-Rad was one to show interest.
Since the appeal by Elizabeth Tandoa and Augustine Emil, more artists, including Rex Band, dAdiigii and Siassi Heritage, have approached to participate.
The group of artists will host a concert this Saturday, March 10, from which all proceeds will go to the immediate assistance of the affected communities.
The gate fee is K5 for a child and K10 for an adult.
A venue is yet to be locked in, but Tandoa said they are working with NCD Governor Powes Parkop to secure this.
Theodist stationery has stepped in as well to assist with a banner for the event.
Further details will be released before Saturday.
Meantime, support is needed to see this through.
Tandoa can be contacted on 7362 7308.