Melissa McCarthy, Demi Lovato, Matt Bomer and More Gather for Stonewall Virtual Pride Concert

Co-produced by Tom D'Angora, the concert will feature appearances from members of the LGBTQ+ community like Lance Bass and Billy Eichner, as well as allies like Amy Poehler and Debra Messing

A bunch of notable names are turning out to kick off Pride Month with a musical celebration.

PEOPLE has an exclusive first look at The Stonewall Inn Safe Spaces Concert, airing live on Logo's YouTube channel Tuesday night.

The star-studded event, named in honor of the historic N.Y.C. gay bar, is set to include tons of celebs who are members of the LGBTQ+ community like Matt Bomer, Demi Lovato and Lance Bass, as well as allies like Melissa McCarthy, Jordin Sparks and Amy Poehler.

It will also include a performance from Martha Wash, who will reprise her and The Weather Girls' "iconic Pride anthem," 1982's hit "It's Raining Men," according to a release.

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From L to R: Melissa McCarthy, Demi Lovato and Matt Bomer. Getty

Other celebs on board for The Stonewall Inn Safe Spaces Concert include Anthony Rapp, Billy Eichner, Chelsea Clinton, Debra Messing, Fran Drescher, Julianne Moore, Rita Wilson, Sophia Bush, Nancy Pelosi and Margaret Cho.

Co-produced by Tom D'Angora, the show will benefit "The Stonewall Inn Gives Back Initiative's Safe Spaces Community Partners, which are LGBTQA+ Centers in select areas across the country," Logo shares.

In the PEOPLE-exclusive preview, McCarthy, 50, tells viewers of the initiative, "Thanks to you, they will continue to help create safe spaces for the LGBTQ community all around the world."

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Celebrities previously came out en masse in 2019 to reflect on the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Inn riots, which marked the beginning of the LGBTQ rights movement.

"Thousands of people continue to protest outside the Stonewall Inn," Eicher, 42, says in the preview for the upcoming concert.

The Stonewall Inn is a place that has always been dedicated to "letting people freely express themselves," adds Bass, 42.

The Stonewall Inn Safe Spaces Concert, presented by Logo and available to stream for free, airs Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET on YouTube.

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