Under the Stars Fundraiser for Greenwich Hospital to Feature Multi-Platinum Recording Artist Gavin DeGraw

Gavin DeGraw. Contributed photo

Gavin DeGraw. Contributed photo

Tickets are on sale for Greenwich Hospital’s annual Under the Stars fundraiser featuring headlining performer, Gavin DeGraw.

DeGraw is a Grammy nominated, multi-platinum selling singer and songwriter, known for his chart topping hits such as “Chariot,” “Not Over You,” “I Don’t Want To Be,” “She Sets The City On Fire” and his most recent hit song, “Making Love With The Radio On.” The popular summer benefit takes place on Saturday, June 24 at Riverside Yacht Club from 7:30 to 11:30 pm.

The event will give attendees a one-of-a-kind chance to see DeGraw perform live in an intimate setting overlooking the Long Island Sound. Patron level tickets include an invitation to an exclusive pre-event party at a roof top location in Greenwich and a reserved seating area for dinner at the main event with front of stage access.

All guests, including general admission ticket holders, will receive food service, standard open bar and an Uber credit to help them get to and from the event. VIP tickets, which include a meet and greet with the artist, are now sold out.

Partygoers will have the chance to bid on once-in-a-lifetime sports, entertainment and travel experiences in an auction led by Caroline Ervin. Emmy award-winning correspondent for CBS News, Jeff Glor, will serve as Master of Ceremonies. Popular DJ Flip and new local DJ April Larken will also provide musical entertainment throughout the evening. Under the Stars is expected to draw more than 600 guests from Fairfield and Westchester counties.  An after party will be held at Little Pub Greenwich.

Co-chairs Karen Brown, Andrea Sinkin Jaffe, Carol Swift and Jennifer Turano are working with a committee of over thirty women to plan this event that benefits the hospital’s comprehensive range of women’s and children’s health services.

To date, Under the Stars has raised over $2.5 million for pediatric services and the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at Greenwich Hospital. This year’s event will incorporate all women’s services under its umbrella of fundraising.

 

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