Bruce Springsteen, Paul McCartney and the Jonas Brothers were just some of the big names that helped the Robin Hood Foundation raise $77.5 million for charity at their annual benefit earlier this week.
The event took place at the Jacob Javits Center in New York, with about 3,000 guests including such big names as former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg, Diane Sawyer, Stacey Abrams, Roger Goodell, Eli Manning and more.
The Boss treated the star-studded audience to a short acoustic set that included “Working On The Highway,” “Dancing In the Dark” and “Thunder Road" and McCartney was honored with a special award and was celebrated with a performance of “Let It Be” by Alicia Keys.
The Jonas Brothers closed the night with a set that included “Cake by the Ocean,” “Lovebug,” “Jealous,” and “Sucker.” They even joked to the star-studded audience, noting, “This crowd looks exactly like our usual shows.”
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