Save The Music 25th Anniversary Event to Honor Becky G, LL Cool J, Cindy Mabe & Adam Blackstone

Save The Music has announced the details of its star-studded 25th anniversary event.

Dubbed Music Saves L.A., the ceremony will take place Tuesday, Nov. 1 at 6:30 p.m. at NeueHouse Hollywood in Los Angeles. This year’s honorees include Grammy-winning artist, producer and musical director Adam Blackstone; artist, activist and entrepreneur Becky G; Universal Music Group Nashville chair/CEO Cindy Mabe; and hip-hop icon and Rock the Bell CEO LL Cool J. All will be celebrated for their contributions to advancing equity in the music industry.

This year’s event will be hosted by actor, comedian, writer and producer Chris Spencer, with performances from Brad Paisley, Brittney Spencer, Mary Mary, The War and Treaty and more. It will additionally feature student performances from Save The Music grant recipient schools. Award presenters include Paisley and Jimmy Jam.

All funds raised at this year’s event will go to supporting a multi-year, $3 million-plus music education rebuild in Los Angeles. Save The Music plans to fund an additional 50 schools with new music programs.

“Los Angeles is such a culturally and musically rich community, and we’re excited to bring together our students, teachers, community partners and music industry supporters to celebrate the impact that music has on our lives,” said Save The Music executive director Henry Donahue in a statement. “Adam, Cindy, LL and Becky G have helped us put together a musical experience that’s going to be incredibly fun and help significantly grow Save The Music’s impact in L.A.”

Over 25 years, Save The Music has donated more than $75 million in instruments and music technology equipment to more than 2,700 public schools nationwide. All of this has been done with the support of sponsors and donors including Paramount, Gibson Gives, Nickelodeon, Red Light Management and Universal Music Group.

For more information on the event, visit Individual tickets are available here.

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