Paul McCartney Headlining Star Studded David Lynch Foundation Benefit at Radio City

David Lynch Foundation Benefit Concert

Paul McCartney and special guests Ringo Starr, Sheryl Crow, Donovan, Eddie Vedder, Ben Harper, Moby, Paul Horn, Bettye LaVette, and Jim James will perform at the David Lynch Foundation‘s benefit concert, “Change Begins Within,” at Radio City Music Hall in New York on Saturday, April 4th, 7:30 p.m.

David Lynch, Russell Simmons, Laura Dern, and other surprise guests will fill out the star-studded slate as presenters.

Presale tickets will be available on Sunday, March 8, 2009 from 11:00 a.m. until 11:59 p.m. EDT. General admission tickets ($79.50 – $504.50) will go on sale on Monday, March 9, at 11 a.m. through or by calling 866-858-0008.

For more information on benefit packages (which are available now), visit


  1. StarGazer says:

    I first heard the Beatles in 1963 and learned Transcendental Meditation in 1971. Been enjoying both for all these years, will still be enjoying them both ‘when I’m 64’.

  2. Jen says:

    I would have loved to learn more about Trasncendental Meditation along with attending this benefit, however, Ticketmaster was sold out at 11:00 AM – as soon as the tickets went on sale today. How is that possible? I wish the tickets were offered through another seller. Ticketmaster is a joke. Refer to last lawsuit against them.

  3. Martina says:

    Ticketmaster is truly a joke. Why do they have a monopoly on ticket sales. Shouldn’t that be illegal? There are hundres of tickets for this event on craigslist and stubhub asking thousands of dollars. This is a benefit and all that scalping money will be going to the wrong hands. If I were the promoters of this concert I would be apalled. Whatever have fun those “insiders” who were able to get tickets. I’m angry and let down, sorry for the rant.

  4. Silvia says:

    My friends raved about it; wish I could have been there. The cause is great too. For me, Transcendental Meditation is an effective tool to release stress, become more balanced, and explore who I really AM deep inside – not the product of life-long conventions and conditioning and stress, but the human being underneath all that. It works!

  5. serena says:

    I love the Beatles. It’s a family tradition for us to sing their stuff on the holidays. I love this exciting (and funny) recent Ringo Starr Video too!

  6. Tom P says:

    –Sure -nice to see the Beatles together again
    —for whatever -in 2010 -that’s worth.

    Otherwise, watching the once promising, long rich
    and decades stale David Lynch engaged in more humdrum
    70’s art-school self-indulgence is —major nowhere.

    Even sadder, watching all the circle-jerk fans
    getting ‘enlightenment’ from people who have yet
    to step beyond their shallow, contrived and boring

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