This Thursday, July 28, at 8pm, Polaris Project, an organization dedicated to combatting human trafficking and modern-day slavery, will be holding a benefit show, the "For a World Without Slavery Concert," in Lenox Hill (near the southeast corner of Central Park) at Weil, Gosthal Manges LLP Dining Room, 767 Fifth Avenue (between 58th & 59th Streets).
The event will feature the New York City Bar Chorus, an all-legal community outreach vocal group, among other special treats. The award-winning City Bar Chorus serves as goodwill ambassador for the New York City Bar Association. There will be uplifting musical entertainment running the gamut from classic rock to jazz to gospel to Broadway! It all begins at 8pm.
Get your tickets in advance now. All proceeds will go towards supporting the worthy and critical services provided by Polaris Project in its New Jersey office. Advance tickets are $15 for adults, $10 for children. If you buy in advance you get the benefit of a lower-cost ticket and a quicker entry through security into the event. Tickets at the door are $20.