No Doubt, Jay-Z and Ozzy Osbourne are among those who have signed on for a star-packed California concert to raise funds for rebuilding efforts in Southern Asia following December's devastating tsunam

No Doubt, Jay-Z and Ozzy Osbourne are among those who have signed on for a star-packed California concert to raise funds for rebuilding efforts in Southern Asia following December's devastating tsunami. Organized by the Linkin Park-founded Music for Relief organization, the Feb. 18 show will take place at Arrowhead Pond in Anaheim.

Linkin Park will be joined by rapper Jay-Z at the show to recreate the sounds of their hit collaborative album, "MTV Ultimate Mash-Ups Presents: Collision Course." Also on board are Blink 182, Jurassic 5, Story Of The Year, the Crystal Method and the star-studded cover band Camp Freddy.

"A disaster of this magnitude that affects so many people forces you to ask yourself, 'What can I do to help?'" No Doubt's Tony Kanal says. "We were compelled by that question to come together for this show and do what we do best to make the most impact in both dollars and awareness."

Music for Relief is hoping the show will raise more than $1 million. Tickets priced from $85 to $125 go on sale Friday (Feb. 11) through Ticketmaster, which has pledged to donate all profits from service charges related to the show to the fundraising effort. A pre-sale for will begin today (Feb. 9) at 3 p.m. PT through various outlets, including Linkin Park's LP Underground, Rocafella.com and KROQ Los Angeles.