Includes a ticket to one of the best seats in the house—private box loge seat in First or Second Tier at Carnegie Hall on March 23—plus you're on the guest list for our very special afterparty at City Winery immediately following the concert.
Exclusive dinner, rehearsal show and best seat in house for Carnegie Hall show. Includes invite for you to join an exclusive 5-course dinner party with participating artists and fellow VIPs at City Winery on rehearsal night (March 22nd). After dinner, you will enjoy the rehearsal show and then experience the March 23rd Carnegie Hall show from one of the best seats in the house, followed by our very special afterparty at City Winery!
Exclusive dinner, rehearsal show, full access to soundcheck and best seat in house for Carnegie Hall show. Includes invite for you to join an exclusive 5-course dinner party with participating artists and fellow VIPs at City Winery on rehearsal night (March 22nd) followed by preview performances. Immerse yourself the next night with full access to soundcheck at Carnegie Hall, one of the best seats in the house for the show, and our very special afterparty at City Winery! (March 23rd) This package includes a signed poster by all participating artists.
The ultimate concert experience, limited to just one package for two people: Join all participating artists on Carnegie Hall’s stage for the grand finale. Get full access for two to both the rehearsal show on March 22nd at City Winery and tribute concert on March 23rd at Carnegie Hall. This includes a pair of tickets to the exclusive 5-course dinner party with participating artists and fellow VIPs at City Winery on rehearsal night (March 22nd) followed by preview performances. Immerse yourself the next night with full access to the Carnegie Hall soundcheck, best seats in the house for the show, and 2 spots WITH ARTISTS ON STAGE AT CARNEGIE HALL for the grand finale, followed by our very special afterparty at City Winery! This package includes a signed poster by all participating artists.
Once in a lifetime opportunity to work with Michael Dorf, Founder and CEO of City Winery and producer of the Michael Dorf presents series on the Set List Order. Two weeks before the show, sit with Producer Michael Dorf and help best think through the order of the songs for the show. Once in a lifetime opportunity for the big Carly fan.
I’m so proud to be involved with bringing music into the lives of underprivileged children. It’s a tribute to them. I will be singing along with all of the exceptional performers who have given their time. If it’s only in the rehearsals, I’m going to be footloose in the aisles
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