Dave Matthews, Pharrell & More Playing Stevie Wonder’s Holiday Benefit

Andra Day, Dave Matthews and Pharrell are a few of the artists helping Stevie Wonder make spirits bright at his annual “House Full Of Toys” benefit concert.

The 21st edition is set for Dec. 10 at Staples Center in Los Angeles. The lineup also includes Tony Bennett and Savion Glover.

Stevie Wonder
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– Stevie Wonder
Saban Theater, Beverly Hills, Calif.

Proceeds benefit children, people with disabilities and families in need. Wonder is well known for helping others and he is a designated U.N. Messenger of Peace with a special focus on persons with disabilities.

Attendees are asked to bring an unwrapped toy or gift, fulfilling the name of the concert. 

“Even though House Full of Toys will be celebrating 21 years, the joy of giving in the spirit of song will make this night such pleasured fun for the old and young,” Wonder said in a statement. 

The legendary singer will be performing 1972’s Talking Book and 1973’s Innervisions, his 15th and 16th albums. Singles from the acclaimed recordings include “You Are The Sunshine Of My Life,” “Superstition” and “Higher Ground” and “Living For The City.” 

The 2016 House Full Of Toys concert at Los Angeles’ Microsoft Theater sold out its allotment of 5,861 tickets, grossing $595,866. The lineup featured Lionel Richie, John Legend and Sheryl Crow.  

Tickets for the 2017 show are on sale now.