Celebrity guests, including
"We are thrilled to be here to benefit the Pageant of the Masters," Scott said. "You're going to hear music from a legendary musician."
Jarreau, sporting his signature black beret, bowed to the crowd of nearly 3,000 pageant-goers and reached for the mic.
'"We're going to take a long journey," Jarreau said. "So buckle your seat belts."
With wine in hand, guests swayed to the sounds and lyrics of Jarreau serenading "Tell Me What I Gotta Do."
A man dressed as
While listening to the music wafting throughout the Festival of Arts grounds, art enthusiasts perused exhibits showcasing the paintings, sculptures, photography and ceramics by 140 award-winning artists.
"It is through the support of tens of thousands of people, just like you, that our juried art exhibit, higher education scholarships, art education programs and the many additional activities that support this community are made possible," said Festival of Arts president
After the concert, guests strolled over to the Irvine Bowl to watch a performance of the Pageant of the Masters hosted by
The gala event grossed approximately
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