Patti Smith, Michael Stipe, Cat Power & more playing “Pathway to Paris” benefit in NYC
Patti Smith, Michael Stipe, Flea, Talib Kweli, Cat Power, Tanya Tagaq, and more will perform at the 2017 “Pathway to Paris: Concert to Fight Climate Change” which happens at NYC’s Carnegie Hall’s Stern Auditorium on November 5. That night is right before this year’s COP23, the United Nations climate change conference in Bonn, Germany.
This November 5th, 2017, in the lead up to COP 23 taking place in Bonn, Germany, Pathway to Paris in collaboration with the United Nations Development Programme are organizing a concert event at Carnegie Hall with incredible musicians and leading thinkers to highlight the importance of making Paris real. Pathway to Paris will be announcing a new initiative at the event called 1000 cities, inviting all cities of the world to transition to 100% renewables by 2040. All proceeds from the event will be donated to 350.org, Pathway to Paris, and the UNDP.
Tickets for the Pathways to Paris benefit are on sale now. Full lineup is below.
The lineup also includes Pathways to Paris co-founders Jesse Paris Smith and Rebecca Foon. Jesse recently celebrated her 30th birthday with a Pathways to Paris benefit in NYC, which Patti also played.
Radiohead headlined the original Pathway to Paris concert in 2015 in the French capital.
Pathway to Paris: Concert to Fight Climate Change lineup:
Jesse Paris Smith