Andra Day, Dave Matthews, Pharrell and more to join Stevie Wonder at annual House Full of Toys benefit concert

Stevie Wonder's annual House Full of Toys benefit concert is set for Sunday, Dec. 10 at STAPLES Center in Los Angeles. Today, organizers announced an impressive slate of performers who will join the R&B icon at the 21st edition of his holiday spectacular.

Andra Day, Dave Matthews, Pharrell, Savion Glover and Tony Bennett will be joining Wonder for his performance, which will feature the legendary multi-instrumentalist and songwriter performing his seminal albums Talking Book and Innervisions in full. Tickets for the show are now available right here on AXS.com.

Wonder's annual benefit concert has established itself as a welcome holiday tradition in Los Angeles. Last year's event featured John Legend, Lionel Richie and Sheryl Crow joining Wonder at the concert. Attendees are encouraged to bring an unwrapped toy or gift of love to donate to the effort. All charitable gifts are 100% tax deductible.

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With Wonder performing some of the greatest songs of the 20th century for an important cause alongside some of the best artists working today, the House Full of Toys benefit concert is an amazing Christmas gift for music-lovers in Los Angeles. Click here to get tickets to the show and keep in on AXS.com for plenty more on this important event.