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Jack Black To Emcee Autism Speaks Benefit!

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We sometimes with Jack Black was our best friend!

Not only is he HIGHlarious, but he does amazing things as well — like agreeing to emcee the upcoming star-studded Autism Speaks benefit!

The whole thing will be at Club Nokia in Los Angeles in April, with a bunch of performers, including: Crosby, Stills & Nash, Ryan Adams , Rickie Lee Jones , Lucinda Williams , Don Felder , Chris Stills , The Miracle Project Fly Singers, plus surprise guests. Actors Amy Brenneman , Max Burkholder , David Marciano, and Michael Chiklis will also be part of the program.

Seated tickets range in price from $85 to $125 and standing room tickets will be on sale for $38.50 — and those are great prices, for a great cause!!

This is all part of this April's Light It Up Blue program, which will have businesses, shops, homes, and communities using blue lighting to shine a light on and support autism! If you can't donate HERE, or go to the benefit, you can totally light your life up with blue!

So fab!

Good luck, Jack!

[Image via WENN.]

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One comment to “Jack Black To Emcee Autism Speaks Benefit!”



  1. 1

    I'm not sure who to contact at this site, but as parents to a profoundly autistic child (now 20), we appreciate this site supporting an awareness. Our child (who is insanely handsome, though we may be a bit biased) also has two terrible conditions which accompany his autism - SIB and epilepsy. I would love to see more about these types of children as most often, high functioning or savant autistics are showcased. Our son's autism is the most profound on the spectrum as it can get. Thank you again for your support for the autistic community, although there are also nonverbal and extreme forms which the media NEVER shows. My partner and I deal with it daily.