MARCH 3, 2011 AT CARNEGIE HALL IN NEW YORK; TICKETS ON SALE NOW
Tibet House US is thrilled to announce that
The Flaming Lips and
Taj Mahal have joined the
bill of their 21st Annual Benefit Concert at Carnegie Hall on March 3, 2011. The Flaming Lips and Taj Mahal will join
an esteemed line-up of artists curated by artistic director Philip Glass. The bill to date includes Michael Stipe, The
Roots, Patti Smith with Jesse
Smith and Michael Campbell, Angelique
Kidjo and James McCartney.
The Tibet House US Benefit Concert commemorates the Monlam Prayer Festival traditionally held at the time of the
Tibetan New Year. The festival drew vast numbers of monks, citizens and pilgrims from all over the country who
gathered to pray for world peace and prosperity. Tibet House US is a non-profit organization founded in 1987 at
the behest of His Holiness the Dalai Lama that serves as a center for the preservation and presentation of the
endangered Tibetan culture.
Concert tickets are $33 to $89 and can be
purchased by calling Carnegie Charge at 212.247.7800 or in person at the Carnegie Hall Box Office. For more
or to reserve tickets for the concert and reception call Tibet House US Monday- Friday, 10 A.M.- 5 P.M. at
212.807.0563 or visit www.tibethouse.us.
[Published on: 1/31/11]