Norah Jones and Father John Misty will join Neil Young for the single day musical gathering.
Young’s Harvest Moon: A Gathering, is a charity concert to benefit The Bridge School and The Painted Turtle. It is the first major benefit show for Bridge School, which allows children with serious medical conditions to get an education free of charge, in three years.
This year’s show follows the very popular annual Bridge School Benefit series that ran between 1986–2016. The concert series was held at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California, and over the years more than 100 artists including Paul McCartney, Elton John, and Metallica performed and helped raise money for the school.
The daytime benefit concert will take place at the Painted Turtle camp north of Los Angeles on September 14.
“Shortly after the date for the event was selected and Young agreed to perform, organizers realized that September 14 was the day of the night of the Harvest Moon, which enhances the specialness of the occasion,” a press release explains. “Included with each ticket is an all-star celebrity chef picnic cooked and served by Southern California’s top chefs, and a beer and wine tasting from select California breweries and wineries.”