Grammy Award winner Alicia Keys will take the stage for a performance during the 10th Annual Keep A Child Alive Black Ball this November.
Announcing a date of November 7 earlier this week, Keys said this year's ball will be incredible because it is the 10th anniversary. The ball will also feature performances from Roy Ayers, Carole King, Kathleen Battle and Laura Mvula.
"This year’s Black Ball is particularly special for all of us at KCA because it’s a celebration of our 10th anniversary," Keys offered in a statement. "It's incredible the impact that we've been able to make since the beginning! I can’t wait to take the stage with musical giants, Carole King and Roy Ayers, for some ridiculously one-of-a-kind performances."
Alicia Keys' "Keep A Child Alive" has raised over $18.5 million for children and families affected by HIV since its inception.
Visit KeepAChildAlive.org for more information.