Iggy Pop, New Order & Joe Walsh Added to Tibet House U.S. Benefit Line-Up

By Shannon Carlin

Iggy Pop, New Order and Joe Walsh are looking to bring you a little inner peace and hopefully encourage you to donate a lot of cash when they hit the stage at this year’s Tibet House U.S. Benefit.

The three artists are set to play the 24th annual Tibet House U.S. Benefit Concert at Carnegie Hall on March 11, according to Rolling Stone

The night will also include performances from Patti Smith and her band, The National’s guitarist Bryce Dessner, Tibetan singer-songwriter Techung and composers Nico Muhly and Philip Glass. Maggie Gyllenhaal and Peter Saarsgard are the show’s Honorary Chairpersons.

Tickets for the event, which range from $35 to $200, are on sale now. Proceeds from the benefit go to the Tibet House U.S., a nonprofit education institution that is dedicated to preserving Tibetan culture.

Last year’s benefit concert also featured Patti Smith, along with Tenzin Choegyal, tUnE-yArDs, Jim James of My Morning Jacket, Ariel Pink and This American Life host Ira Glass.

(Rick Diamond/Getty Images)Joe Walsh (Rick Diamond/Getty Images)



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