The music keeps playing for the Haiti relief effort.
Wyclef Jean, who along with George Clooney and MTV Networks spearheaded last week's Hope for Haiti Now telethon, will also perform a special tribute to his home country, which was ravaged by a 7.0 earthquake on Jan. 12 that killed more than 150,000 people and left many more homeless.
Tickets for the event at Miami's AmericanAirlines Arena are available through Ticketmaster.
"Words cannot express how I felt watching the catastrophic events unfold in Haiti," Combs said in a statement. "I believe it is our duty to come together and help our brothers and sisters in Haiti, especially now, in their greatest hour of need...Together we can make a difference."
A concert is probably the way to go to draw the widest swath of donors possible. The compilation of live performances from Hope for Haiti Now was the No. 1-selling album, the only digital album to reach the top spot, after being downloaded 171,000 times in two days.
Over on the broadcast side of things, the CW has put together a series of PSAs featuring their coterie of young stars, including Penn Badgley, Taylor Momsen and Tristan Wilds, to encourage fans to get involves.
Check out one right here: