Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare (TMH) and the TMH Foundation proudly announce Golden Gala XXXVIII, starring Keith Urban. He’s won four GRAMMY© Awards, 13 CMAs, 15 ACMs, three AMAs, two People’s Choice Awards and celebrated nine consecutive gold, platinum or multi-platinum albums.
Golden Gala XXXVIII, Tallahassee’s premier black-tie event and TMH’s largest annual event, will take place on April 20, 2023, at the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center. Urban’s concerts have become legendary — as unpredictable as they are explosive. Described as an experience of emotion, musical texture, energy and showmanship, this will be Urban’s second Golden Gala appearance. His first performance in 2012 is still remembered as one of the best concerts in Gala history.
Hosted by the TMH Foundation, the Gala advances TMH’s mission of transforming care, advancing health and improving lives. The 2023 Gala will support TMH’s Heart and Vascular Program and patients with advanced heart failure.
“Our goal at TMH is to offer patients the highest level of care close to home,” said President & CEO Mark O’Bryant. “It’s that goal that drives us to continually expand and support the heart and vascular services our community needs most. Most people have been affected by heart disease in some way, whether firsthand or through a loved one. The Golden Gala with Keith Urban gives us the opportunity to increase awareness for cardiovascular disease and raise funds to further invest in a program vital to the health and longevity of our community.”
Urban’s musical virtuosity has made him the musician’s musician. He has collaborated with a diverse group of artists that include Carrie Underwood, Chris Stapleton, John Mayer, Justin Timberlake, Miranda Lambert, Post Malone, Taylor Swift, The Rolling Stones and Vince Gill.
This year’s Gala will also include a limited number of VIP Tables that will be located on the floor of the arena near the stage. Additional details are available online at TMH.ORG/Gala.
“Proceeds will be used to support TMH’s Heart and Vascular Program, with a focus on providing cutting-edge care to patients with advanced heart failure, the leading cause of hospitalization for people aged 65 and older,” said Nigel Allen, President of the TMH Foundation. “As home to one of the Southeast’s top cardiovascular programs, TMH is committed to providing patients access to the latest innovations to treat heart disease — a mission made possible by our community’s generous support.”
To purchase tables for Golden Gala XXXVII, please visit TMH.ORG/Gala. For additional details or questions, please contact Jessica Zeigler at the TMH Foundation at 431-4590 or Jessica.Zeigler@TMH.ORG.