Jimmy Buffett, No Doubt Join in on Neil Young's Bridge School Benefit Show

Monsters of Folk, Gavin Rossdale, Sheryl Crow, Wolfmother, Fleet Foxes, Chris Martin- Coldplay’s frontman, No Doubt and Neil Young will be performing both nights at this year’s Bridge School Annual Benefit concert.

The event will take place in Mountain View, CA at Shoreline Amphitheater October 24 and 25. On the engagement’s first night Jimmy Buffett will also be featured. Adam Sandler, the comedian and actor, will be featured during the second night.

According to the website for Bridge School, tickets will go on sale for the event beginning September 20 on LiveNation.com or by telephone at 877-598-6659. Prices for tickets are $75 and $150 for reserved seats, with general admission seats costing $39.50 plus service charges. The general admission tickets are also available at $99 for four packs.

Reserved seats on the lower level will be available as well, but are limited in number, via an auction on LiveNation.com. Additional information can be obtained from the website of Bridge School.

The concerts will be benefiting Bridge School, a San Francisco Bay Area organization that helps children with severe speech impediments. The school was co-founded in 1986 by Jim Forderer and Neil Young’s wife Pegi, parents with children who have severe physical and speech impairments with Dr. Marilyn Buzolich.

In 1986, the same year that the school was established, was when the very first benefit concert was held. It has taken place every year since except for 1987. Neil Young performs at the event each year. Past performers include Wilco, Tom Petty, Phish, Green Day, Thom Yorke, Bruce Springsteen, Dave Matthews Band, Nine Inch Nails and Pearl Jam.

According to the website for Bridge School, performers mainly use acoustic instruments for the benefit shows.