The Who Heads Its Only U.S. Performance



Legendary rock band The Who will play its only U.S. performance this year at a charity dinner where tickets are $1,500 apiece

Legendary rock band The Who is preparing their only U.S. performance this year, which will be held at a charity dinner where tickets are sold for an estimated $1,500 apiece. Tables run as high as $30,000, which also include a seat with an honoree, who among others include former basketball star Magic Johnson, New York Yankees Manager Joe Torre, golf legend Arnold Palmer, former NFL quarterback Boomer Esiason, rocker Jon Bon Jovi and former ice hockey great Wayne Gretzky.

The concert is set to begin June 13 at Gotham Hall and will benefit Samsung's Four Seasons of Hope, an umbrella charity sponsored by Samsung Electronics America, a subsidiary of South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co that donates money to children's organizations.

© AceShowbiz.com


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