Glen Hansard, Bono and many more faces will be hoping to raise much-needed funds for the Simon Community this year once again.

It still might not be the Christmas we were all hoping for this year, but that doesn't mean we can't help make a difference for the many homeless in the country. The Grafton Street Busk won't be taking place at its usual Dublin location once again, but will instead be going virtual.

This is the second year in a row that #TheBusk has been forced off the streets and onto our TV screens. However, this year's edition will be a little bit different, making the best of a bad situation once again.

While last year's busk took place on 'The Late Late Show' with Ryan Tubridy on RTÉ One, this year the event will stream exclusively from the Dublin Simon Community's YouTube channel instead.

Included in the line-up of this special edition of the Grafton Street Busk will be Glen Hansard, Bono, Damien Rice, Lisa O'Neill, Cormac Begley, Liam O’Maonlai as well as many more special guests. The collection of Irish musicians will be performing from St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Dublin's city centre.

Click on the video below to set a reminder for yourself for when the event kicks off tomorrow night, December 24, at 9 pm.

According to the Simon Community, this year's Grafton Street Busk on Christmas Eve is hoping to "fill the €1.5 million fundraising gap caused by Covid".

If you will be tuning in on the night to watch the free event, or if you just want to make a donation regardless, head over to the website to submit a donation for this worthy cause.