Metallica and Roger Waters Set to Perform at Neil Young’s 2016 Bridge School Benefit Concert

For the past 30 years, Neil Young has gathered some of music’s most highly regarded artists onto one stage for his Bridge School Benefit Concert. 2016 will be no different as Metallica and Roger Waters will join Young for this year’s benefit.

Other artists on the bill include Nils Lofgren, Dave Matthews, My Morning Jacket, Norah Jones, Cage the Elephant, and newly formed supergroup case/lang/viers; Neko Case, k.d. lang and Laura Viers.

There are two VIP packages available for 2016’s Bridge School Benefit Concert. GOLD will cost $2,650 per ticket and include prime seating in the 100 level, access to Endowment Donor VIP Lounge (food and premium cash bar), and other amenities. PLATINUM will cost $5,150 per ticket and include premiere seating in the 100 level, access to Back Stage area, an Endowment Donor jacket. A full list of of what each package includes, as will as purchasing, is available at the Bridge School’s website.

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