The Black Eyed Peas' Rained-Out Central Park Show Has Been Rescheduled For September

Cheer up, will.i.am!
Cheer up, will.i.am!
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Because it never rains in early autumn in New York, and because the Black Eyed Peas' much-hullabalooed hiatus is apparently ending for real when they play the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas next month, the free Central Park show starring the band and benefiting the Robin Hood Foundation has been rescheduled for September 30. Those people holding tickets for the original June 9 show—which was called off shortly before the Peas were set to take the Great Lawn stage because of electrical storms—will be able to use their tickets for the Sept. 30 concert (details are at the show's official site). There are also some tickets available for sale. VIP tickets, of course, so VIP pricing is in effect:

The Black Eyed Peas' Rained-Out Central Park Show Has Been Rescheduled For September

It's for charity, jeez! Although that probably won't stop the jokes from flowing.

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