Coldplay to Perform at the American Museum of Natural History's 2011 Museum Gala

September 19, 2011 - by CG News Desk
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A much-anticipated highlight of the fall season, the Museum Gala is the American Museum of Natural History’s largest annual benefit. More than 600 guests are expected to attend this year’s dazzling ball. Following cocktails in the Roosevelt Rotunda, guests will enjoy a gourmet dinner and a performance by Coldplay in the Milstein Hall of Ocean Life.

This year's gala takes place on Thursday, November 20, 2011. The event also features an auction of extraordinary prizes conducted by Jamie Niven of Sotheby’s.
Gala chairs are Jodie and John Eastman, Kathy and Tom Freston, and Alice and Lorne Michaels. Proceeds from the evening help support the Museum’s educational and scientific programming.
TICKETS - Tables: $100,000 (Leadership), $50,000 (Benefactor), $30,000 (Friend), $15,000 (Contributor), $10,000 (Leadership),  $5,000 (Benefactor),  $3,000 (Friend),  $1,500 (Contributor).
For tickets or more information, please contact Caroline Conese Department of Development, at 212-769-5166 or

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