Michael Bolton headlines Music Hall's 'Cars & Stars' fundraiser

Published On: Jun 11 2014 10:08:09 AM EDT
Michael Bolton

Music Hall’s annual fundraiser, Cars & Stars, presents an unforgettable evening with: Michael Bolton – the multi-Grammy award-winning, iconic voice on over 53 million records sold, with hits like “When a Man Loves a Woman”, “How am I Supposed to Live Without You”, “Time, Love and Tenderness,” “How Can We be Lovers”, “Georgia on my Mind”, and many more!

Read: Full Michael Bolton biography

So who better than to provide the soundtrack to this years theme- Love, than the passionate tenor, himself, Michael Bolton?

Celebrating 13 years of “An Exceptional Evening” with, “For the Love of Music Hall” Music Hall pulls out all the stops in the annual Music Hall Center For The Performing Arts gala year-end fundraiser, benefiting Performing Arts Education. For 13 years Cars & Stars have produced some of the most creative themes that help make C & S not only philanthropic- but fun. Michael Bolton will make the night ripe for love- love for the beloved 85 year old gal, Music Hall!

Ticket information:

VIP gala patron -- $600

6:00 pm VIP Cocktails, Dinner and Live auction on the rooftop terrace of 3Fifty Terrace

8:00 pm Performance on the main stage - “An unforgettable evening with Michael Bolton”

10:00 pm After-party on the rooftop terrace

Includes complimentary valet parking

 

Supporter patron -- $150

8:00 pm Performance on the main stage - “An unforgettable evening with Michael Bolton” (Mezzanine Seating)

10:00 pm After-party on the rooftop terrace

Valet Parking is available at an additional cost

 

Attire: Black Tie 

Corporate Table Sponsorships start at $5,000.00

Reservations made after Friday May 30, reply date will incur an additional charge of $100.00 per VIP ticket/ $50.00 per Supporter ticket. For additional information call (313) 887 – 8510

Public Tickets are $30, $40, $50 and $75

For Public tickets call the box office at 313-887-8501 or go online to www.musichall.org

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