Photo: Kirsten ShultzCarole King will be on hand to perform at a star-studded benefit concert paying tribute to her amazing body of work that's scheduled to take place December 4 in Hollywood. The event will raise money for The Painted Turtle, a camp co-founded by Paul Newman that provides year-round camp experiences for kids with chronic and life-threatening illnesses.
The lineup for the event, dubbed "You've Got a Friend: A Live Celebration of Carole King and Her Music," also will feature such luminaries as Alicia Keys, Herb Alpert, Quincy Jones, Katy Perry, John Legend and many more. Keys being on the bill for this event isn't too much of a surprise, since on November 1, Carole will be appearing at Alicia's own annual charity event in New York City, The Black Ball.
Tickets for the event start at $50, but fans who can afford the much pricier VIP passes and packages will be able to attend a special post-event party with King and the evening's other performers. Visit DolbyTheatre.com for more information.
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