Chrysler to Provide Transportation at the Gorby80 Birthday Gala Concert

Chrysler wants to be associated with grace, style and luxury, so it is offering a number of its vehicles as official transport for a unique gala concert in central London. A total of five Chrysler 300C luxury saloons and 10 Voyager MPVs will be seen bringing VIP guests to the event, carrying on from the Fiat Group’s tradition of supporting the Nobel Peace Foundation.

Tonight’s event is dedicated to former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev, who celebrated his 80th birthday on 2 March this year. To mark the event, a very special concert will take place this evening at the Royal Albert Hall in London. It will also celebrate the exploits of the Nobel Peace Prize winner, while celebrating the inaugural “Mikhail Gorbachev: The Man Who Changed the World” awards.

The London Symphony Orchestra, with conductor Valeriy Gergiev, will accompany unique duets and joint performances from some of the world’s best loved performers, including: Paul Anka, Bryan Ferry, Dmitri Khvorostovskiy, Dame Shirley Bassey, Katherine Jenkins, Melanie C, “The Scorpions”, Andrey Gavrilov, Lara Fabian, Andrey Makarevich and “Machina Vremeni”, Milla Jovovich and Igor Krutoy.

“To be the official car supplier to this exclusive event is a proud moment for us,” says Nigel Land, director, Chrysler and Jeep in the UK. “Fiat Group has long been a supporter of the Foundation and, following the recent alliance with Chrysler Group, we are honoured to be able to contribute our stunning fleet of vehicles to tomorrow night’s event.”

The gala night will be hosted by film stars Sharon Stone and Kevin Spacey, and will be broadcast on TV in 49 countries. It’s sure be interesting, so tune in if you can!
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