|Sting, Elton John, James Taylor and Ravi Shankar to Perform at Benefit Concert|
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|Written by AVRev.com|
|Friday, 15 February 2002|
Sting, Elton John, James Taylor and Ravi Shankar have been announced as performers at the annual Rainforest Foundation Benefit Concert on April 13, 2002. The event will be held at New York’s Carnegie Hall and is produced by Rainforest Foundation and wife of Sting, Trudie Styler. Styler, Sting, and Chief Raoni of the Menkragnoti Kayapo people of the Amazon rainforest established the Rainforest Foundation in 1989.
$50,000 Platinum Packages for the concert are available and include a private first-tier box that seats 16 (limited availability), two backstage passes, two reserved tables at the party, a Rainforest Foundation membership, 16 concert mementos, and an acknowledgement in the evening's program. $25,000 Gold Packages includes eight excellent seats, a reserved table at the party, a Rainforest Foundation membership, eight concert mementos, and an acknowledgement in the evening's program. $2,500 "Super Seats" are available that include tickets for the show, the party, and concert mementos. $600 "Wonderful Seats" are available and allow access to the concert only. All of these ticket packages are available by contacting Event Associates at (212) 245-6570.
Standard box-office tickets will be available beginning in early March through the Carnegie Hall Box Office.
Ticket prices are as follows:
Second Tier ($350)
Dress Circle ($275)
Front Balcony ($175)
Rear Balcony ($150)