Juan Luis Guerra, Miguel Bose, Ricardo Montaner, Carlos Vives, Juan Fernando Velasco and Alejandro Sanz are scheduled to join Juanes to perform a free concert on the Colombia-Venezuela border, in support of a peaceful resolution to tensions that have flared in the region.

Colombian pop star Juanes organized the "Peace Without Borders" concert for noon on Sunday to support the resolution of a crisis centered around a Mar. 1 Colombian raid into Ecuador, which killed 25 people, including a top rebel leader. Ecuador and Venezuela had sent soldiers to their borders with Colombia in response to the raid.

The artists, who plan to dress in white in a show of cross-national solidarity, will perform on the Simon Bolivar bridge linking Cucuta, Colombia, and San Antonio del Tachira, Venezuela, amid white flags. Children's choruses from both countries are expected to start the concert, with the artists set to perform three songs each and then join together for several songs in the finale.

Colombian broadcasters RCN and Caracol are providing a joint feed from the concert, which Billboard sister publication Radio & Records reports will be carried on Miami's WSUA/Caracol at 9 p.m.