Levitt Pavilion’s summer series may have ended, but the nights are still warm and begging for outdoor concerts. So Pasadena’s acclaimed Union Station Homeless Services is taking over the bandshell and Memorial Park for a jazz-focused fundraiser. Musicians include the Perri Sisters, Brazilian singer/guitarist Kleber Jorge, jazz singer and keyboardist Bill Cantos and singer Debby Boone. Actors Adam Arkin and Hector Elizondo will also be taking the stage.
An Evening for the Station
Saturday, October 10, 6:30 p.m. (doors open at 5 p.m.)
Levitt Paviliion, Memorial Park, Pasadena
Tickets $50, $35 for “young professionals”
For tickets call 626.240.4557 or go to unionstationhs.org