Join Macy Gray, Lou Reed, Roberta Flack, Dr. John, Danny Glover, Christian McBride and 40 other legends for an unforgettable night that will help save music itself.

The 10th annual A Night In Harlem event will take place at the Apollo Theater in New York on May 19 to benefit the Jazz Foundation of America. For over 22 years, the Jazz Foundation has been dedicated to saving the homes and lives of elder jazz and blues musicians in crisis. It now assists in over 5,000 cases a year, including hundreds of New Orleans musicians and their children still recovering from Katrina.

Past performances and appearances have included legends like Bill Cosby, Quincy Jones, Wynton Marsalis, Dave Brubeck, Elvis Costello, Chevy Chase, Hank Jones, Abbey Lincoln, Odetta and many others.

The organization is trying to raise $2 million – it has reached $1.3 million so far, so your help would be greatly appreciated.

Concert tickets range from $55 (heavens), $100 (upper mezzanine), $250 (lower mezzanine), $500 preferred lower mezzanine) to $1500 (VIP cocktail party, orchestra seating and dinner) and are available for online purchase.

For tickets and more information, click here.

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