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On December 20, Stevie Wonder will return with his annual House Full of Toys Benefit Concert. Hosted at The Forum in Los Angeles, the House Full of Toys Benefit Concert aids local families and children’s charities and non-profit organizations like the We Are You Foundation. Toys will be collected at the venue, where fans are encouraged to bring unwrapped presents. This year features Stevie Wonder performing his grammy-winning double album “Songs In The Key of Life.” Both pre-sale and general tickets are now available with the show starting at 8:00 p.m. and doors opening at 7 p.m.. This long yuletide tradition began in 1996 with the first benefit concert held at Sunset Blvd.’s House of Blues.
Beginning November 6, Stevie Wonder will embark on his ‘Songs In The Key of Life’ 10+ city tour across the US, produced and promoted by Live Nation, visiting Chicago, Boston, Atlanta and many more. He’ll cap off his tour with his performance at the Forum. Stevie said,”This is my celebration of song, life and love,” about his ‘Songs In The Key of Life’ album which debuted at number one on Billboard’s pop album chart and is listed as number 57 on Rolling Stone Magazine’s list of the “500 Greatest Albums of All Time.” Stevie Wonder’s list of accolades continues as he has won numerous Grammy’s including Album of the Year, Producer of the Year, Best Pop Vocal Performance and many more for his first and second singles off of the album.