Tickets are now on sale for Barry Manilow’s “A Gift of Love” concert series in December. The concert at the McCallum Theatre will feature Manilow’s hit songs and holiday favorites, and for the first time will help youth in Palm Springs.
The Manilow Fund for Health and Hope selects charities that will benefit from the concerts, and this year, the organization chose the Boys & Girls Club of Palm Springs to be one of those 25 charities. The nonprofit serves youth in and around Palm Springs by promoting leadership skills, academic success and healthy living habits to its members.
Margaret Keung, the CEO and executive director of the Boys & Girls Club of Palm Springs, said it was a great honor to be chosen as one of the charities.
“This is the first year our organization has been selected to participate, and we are thrilled that our supporters will not only be able to be able to enjoy an amazing concert, but also help fund our important programs that offer needed structure for kids and help us provide a vital place of stability,” she said in a statement.
Regular concert tickets range from $69.99 to $499.99, and 25% of the face value of those tickets can be credited to the Boys & Girls Club. Gold tickets are $1,000 each, with $400 going to the Boys & Girls Club, and platinum tickets are $2,000, with $1,200 going to the Boys & Girls Club.
When buying tickets online here, attendees can select which charity they would like to benefit from the purchase of the tickets. The concerts will take place on December 12, 13, 15, 16 and 17.