Robin Thicke, Common, Nile Rodgers Set For 'The Legacy Of Hope Foundation' Concert To Build South African Children's Hospital
June 26, 2015 at 12:41 PM (PT)
ROBIN THICKE, COMMON, NILE RODGERS' CHIC, GRAMMY-winning violinst MIRI BEN-ARI and SOUTH AFRICAN musician JONATHAN BUTLER are set to perform a concert for THE LEGACY OF HOPE FOUNDATION, a nonprofit organization working to support the building of THE NELSON MANDELA CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL (NMCH) in JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA.
The streamed concert and worldwide media event will take place on WEDNESDAY, JULY 15th at BARCLAYS CENTER in BROOKLYN. More performers will be announced shortly.
Tickets to the show will go on sale MONDAY, JUNE 29th at 10a (ET) and can be purchased online by visiting www.barclayscenter.com or www.ticketmaster.com, or by calling (800) 745-3000.
The NMCH will be only the fifth dedicated children’s hospital on the entire continent of AFRICA, home to 450 million children. This event will be streamed live worldwide, enabling people across the globe to support healthcare reform for children through micro-donations.
Concert performances will be streamed in real time through the LEGACY OF HOPE website. Tickets for the live stream are available now at legacyofhope.cleeng.com/legacy-of-hope-nelson-mandela-children-s-hospital-concert/E646130548_US.
The NMCH will provide access to high-quality medical care for the children of southern AFRICA, regardless of their ability to pay. This facility will have a profound, transformative effect on healthcare in the region.