The Prostate Cancer Foundation’s 20th Annual Gala In The Hamptons with Special Musical Performance by Bryan Adams
The Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF) 20th Annual Gala in the Hamptons will take place Saturday, August 24th, 2019 at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill, NY at 6:30 p.m. The summer benefit will support the15th Annual PCF Pro-Am Tennis Tournament and celebrate over $750 million raised in the past quarter-century to benefit PCF. Founder Mike Milken and The Gala in the Hamptons weekend hosts and sponsors welcome guests to enjoy, engage and be entertained while helping to fund groundbreaking discoveries in cancer research.
The gala will begin with a lively cocktail reception as distinguished guests and athletes enter the breathtaking Parrish Art Museum terrace. The lavish dinner party will give way to a special musical performance from Grammy award-winning musician Bryan Adams and other special surprises. The celebration will set the tone for the weekend leading up to the final rounds of the Pro-Am Tournament and trophy award ceremony.
The 2019 tennis professionals include Treat Huey, Edouard Roger-Vasselin, Scott Lipsky, Daniel Nestor, Alex Bogomolov Jr., Don Johnson, Cyril Saulnier, Robert Kendrick, Vince Spadea, Scott Davis, Graydon Oliver, Jared Palmer, Rick Leach, Amer Delic, Santiago Gonzalez, John Lloyd, Jason Pinsky, Chris Haggard, Wayne Ferreira, Georgy Chukhleb, Luke Jensen and Ashley Fisher.
The Prostate Cancer Foundation, founded in 1993, is dedicated to discovering groundbreaking cancer research programs thanks to the steadfast commitment from the organization’s members, research scientists and supporters. Weekend hosts and sponsors of the 2019 Charles PCF Pro-Am Tournament & Gala in the Hamptons include: Michael & Lori Milken, Modell’s Sporting Goods, Artie Rabin, Bill Ackman, Dwight & Julie Anderson, Glenn & Debbie August, Ben Black, Leon & Debra Black, Steven & Alexandra Cohen, Bonnie Pfeifer Evans, Larry Gagosian, Bennett & Meg Goodman, Josh & Marjorie Harris, Jane Lauder & Kevin Warsh, Tom Lee & Ann Tenenbaum, Chris & Renee Liddell, Michael & Margie Loeb, Howard & Nancy Marks, Bill & Phyllis Mack, Mike & Sukey Novogratz, John & Jenny Paulson, Clifford & Barbara Sobel, Jonathan & Sheryl Sokoloff, George & Nancy Walker, Lally Weymouth, Nanar & Tony Yoseloff, and Jim & Vivian Zelter.
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