On Sunday, if you're in the New York City area, you can meet Train, Cody Simpson, or Ariana Grande, thanks to the T.J. Martell Foundation. Need something to do this Sunday? Or are you the biggest Train, Cody Simpson, or Ariana Grande fan? Okay, well on Sunday, if you're in the New York City area, you can meet any and/or all of the people above!
It's all for the 13th Annual T.J. Martell Foundation.
For certain prices, you can purchase packages that allow you to meet the artists and attend sound checks too. Not to mention the funds from this go to an awesome cause!
Not sure what the T.J. Martell Foundation is?...
"It began with a promise from a father to his dying son.
In 1973, a high school student named T.J. Martell was battling leukemia. He asked his father, music industry executive Tony Martell, to raise a million dollars for cancer research so that "no one else will have to experience what I am going through." Although he had no fundraising experience, Tony agreed.
Two years later, T.J. died at the age of nineteen, and as Tony explains today, "that put my promise in cement." Soon after, Tony was joined by many of his musician friends like Ella Fitzgerald, Benny Goodman, and Duke Ellington to hold a fundraiser at Buddy Rich's nightclub in New York. They raised $50,000 and the T.J. Martell Foundation was born."
Click here to find out more about the foundation and the 'Family Day' event in NYC!