Sting, Sheryl Crow and The Canadian Tenors to perform at Sunnybrook's One Night Live™, May 21 - Tickets still available!
Chris Noth hosts concert benefiting the Women & Babies Program.
Sunnybrook Foundation are delighted to announce that international recording artists Sting, Sheryl Crow and The Canadian Tenors will perform at One Night Live, presented by Sun Life Financial, on Thursday, May 21. Now in its second year, the concert will be held at the Air Canada Centre, and hosted by Sex and the City's "Mr. Big", Chris Noth.
"We are thrilled that such mega star talent have thrown their support behind Sunnybrook's Women & Babies Program," said Kevin Goldthorp, Chief Executive Officer of Sunnybrook Foundation. "All of the proceeds raised by the concert will assist in building a new state-of-the-art home for our Women & Babies Program and help Sunnybrook continue to provide the very best care for our smallest patients and their mothers, when it matters most."
Tickets for One Night Live are now on sale and start at and can be purchased online at www.onenightlive.ca
or through www.ticketmaster.ca/onenightlive
. The money raised will support the construction of the province's most advanced facility for births and high-risk pregnancies. The critical care unit for premature babies, which cares for more of Ontario's most vulnerable babies than any other hospital, will be five times larger than the current facility.
About Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre is inventing the future of health care for the one million patients the hospital cares for each year through the dedication of its more than 10,000 staff and volunteers. Internationally recognized leadership in research and education and a full affiliation with the University of Toronto distinguish Sunnybrook as one of Canada's premier academic health sciences centres. Sunnybrook specializes in caring for Canada's war veterans, high-risk pregnancies, critically-ill newborns, adults and the elderly, and treating and preventing cancer, cardiovascular disease, neurological disorders, orthopaedic and arthritic conditions and traumatic injuries.