In celebration of MusiCares' 20th anniversary, a host of stars are offering tickets to shows to benefit the charity.

Artists including the Doobie Brothers, Earth, Wind & Fire, “Glee” Live! In Concert!, Josh Groban, Ray LaMontagne, Tim McGraw, Rascal Flatts, Darius Rucker, Taylor Swift and James Taylor are teaming up with Tickets-for-Charity while on tour to offer fans access to great concert seats to benefit MusiCares.

“We’re honored to involve such a talented group of performing artists, representing multiple genres and generations, in this important campaign,” said Neil Portnow, President/CEO of The Recording Academy. “Funds raised through these tours on Tickets-for-Charity will help support MusiCares’ goal of raising $5 million to complete our historic $15 million dollar campaign. These funds will enable MusiCares to reach more people in need, both those working behind the scenes and those who are in the spotlight of our vibrant music community.”

MusiCares has had a remarkable impact on the music community through critical health and human service programs such as the MusiCares MAP Fund, which offers music people access to addiction recovery resources. The exciting collaboration between MusiCares and Tickets-for-Charity offers fans the opportunity to help MusiCares continue its vital work while accessing hard-to-find tickets to see some of this season’s hottest tours!

Fans will have access to some of the best seats in the house, including sold-out dates nationwide, by purchasing tickets at www.ticketsforcharity.com/MusiCares20.

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