Published Thursday, 21 June 2012
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Singers Pixie Lott, Newton Faulkner and Imelda May headlined the Peace One Day bill at Ebrington Barracks - which was once home to British soldiers.
The site has now been transformed into a shared arts space linked to the heart of the city by the Peace Bridge.
Ebrington is expected to host more than 40 major events throughout the city's year as UK city of culture.
The musicians joined Peace One Day founder Jeremy Gilley for the show on Thursday night ahead of Londonderry's year as UK city of culture in 2013.
He said the event celebrated world peace and global truce.
"It is inspiring talking about a truce or peace. You could not be in a better location. This is why we can have this concert here," he said.
"The square, which was Ebrington Barracks which housed soldiers, is now housing beautiful music."
The London 2012 festival is the finale of the Cultural Olympiad which started in 2008.
It was also part of a wider series of events promoting the Global Truce campaign backed by London 2012 chairman Lord Coe and secretary general of the UN Ban Ki Moon.
Elton John will perform at the main Peace One Day concert in the UK capital city on 21 September.
Tickets for the Derry event, which kicks off a summer of Olympic Games celebrations, were offered free after film producer Michael Hamyln offered to pay for them.
He said it would put the city on the map for the right reasons.
"I was so happy when you got the bid (for city of culture 2013) that I thought I might help," he said.
Stormont Culture Minister Carál Ní Chuilín said the festival offered people the opportunity to get involved in the London 2012 Games.
"This is an exciting day. The Ebrington site with the stunning backdrop of Derry city certainly showcases the future city of culture 2013 at its best," she said.
"Participation in the festival highlights our strong connection with the Games and gives our local artists a platform to demonstrate their talent to a global audience."