Neil Young and Crazy Horse plan Hurricane Sandy benefit
Neil Young and Crazy Horse will take a quick break from their in-progress tour behind "Psychedelic Pill" to host a benefit concert for victims of Hurricane Sandy.
The iconic rock outfit will spend Dec. 6 at Atlantic City, NJ's Borgata Casino Resort & Spa, performing an array of hits and new songs in honor of those affected by the November hurricane that devastated that state and parts of the East Coast.
"Come on down here and join in the relief effort," Young stated in a press release.
Tickets for "A Special Evening with Neil Young and Crazy Horse," which range from $75 to $150, are available now at the casino's website. Proceeds will go to the American Red Cross Hurricane Sandy relief effort.
Neil Young and Crazy Horse will finish up the North American portion of the support tour behind "Psychedelic Pill" with two early December shows: Dec. 3 in Brooklyn, NY, and Dec. 4 in Bridgeport, CT. An Australian leg is also slated for March.
"Psychedelic Pill," Young's 35th studio effort and the first Crazy Horse original work since 2003's "Greendale," surfaced in late October. The album peaked at No. 8 on The Billboard 200 and at No. 2 on the magazine's Top Rock Albums chart.
3 - Brooklyn, NY - Barclays Center
4 - Bridgeport, CT - Webster Bank Arena at Harbor Yard
6 - Atlantic City, NJ - Borgata Casino Resort & Spa
2 - Perth, Australia - Perth Arena
5 - Hindmarsh, Australia - Entertainment Centre
7 - Boondall, Australia - Entertainment Centre
9 - Hunter Valley, Australia - A Day on the Green
10 - Darling Harbour, Australia - Entertainment Centre
15 - Melbourne, Australia - Rod Laver Arena
16 - Mt. Duneed, Australia - A Day on the Green
19 - Wellington, New Zealand - TSB Arena
21 - Auckland, New Zealand - Vector Arena