Jackson Browne lines up benefit for California arts school in November

Credit: Brandise Daneswich

Jackson Browne will continue his philanthropic ways by playing a benefit concert on November 14 at the Sunset Center in Carmel, California, to support the Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School of the Arts, located in the nearby town of Seaside.  The school is part of the Turnaround Arts program, which offers education in music, dance, theater and the visual arts in conjunction with promoting academic achievement.

Tickets for the concert will go on sale to the general public this Friday, October 13, at 9:30 a.m. PT at SunsetCenter.org. Pre-sale tickets will be available starting Wednesday, October 11 at 9:30 a.m. PT.

The show will feature Browne performing with his longtime band mate, multi-instrumentalist Greg Leisz. The concert currently is the Rock & Roll Hall of Famer’s only upcoming U.S. show this year. He begins a brief tour of Japan on October 17, and will kick off his 2018 itinerary in January with a recently announced series of concerts in Georgia and Florida.

Here are all of Browne’s confirmed U.S. tour dates:

11/14 — Carmel, CA, Sunset Center
1/6/18 — Augusta, GA, William G. Bell Auditorium
1/7 — Jacksonville, FL, Florida Theatre
1/17 — Hollywood, FL, Hard Rock Live
1/18 — Clearwater, FL, Ruth Eckerd Hall
1/20 — Melbourne, FL, King Center for the Performing Arts
1/23 — Orlando, FL, Walt Disney Theater – Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts
1/24 — Sarasota, FL, Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall

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