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Samuel L Jackson has announced that Michael Bolton will headline at his Shooting Stars in Desert Nights Charity benefit, in aid of the Samuel L Jackson Foundation and British charity Rainbow Trust.
Bolton will be providing the entertainment on the night – ably supported by the award winning BBC Big Band.
For the event, hosted at London’s exclusive Hurlingham Club, Jackson has teamed up with Virgin Atlantic to fly an A-list cast of personal friends including Luke Wilson, Alice Cooper, Jesse Metcalfe, JJ Field, Damien Lewis and Nia Long to enjoy an evening which includes a menu designed by Marcus Wareing.
Keen golfer, Jackson said: “This event gives me the opportunity to share the blessings that come with my success, with deserving individuals or groups.
“My friends and I hope the trip will signify the desire and hope we have to create a better life for all, and the dream we have for a better world.” The benefit is set to become the charity fundraiser of the year with a star-studded ball preceded by a golf day at the London Golf Club, enabling charity supporters to enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to play golf with some famous stars.
The Rainbow Trust Children's Charity is a national charity that provides practical and emotional support to families who have a child with a life threatening or terminal illness.
For details of how you can participate in the Shootings Stars in Desert Nights Gold (opens in new tab) event log on to soujar.com (opens in new tab).
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