The Hollywood Bowl will host a tribute to Jimmy Buffett on October 19th, featuring Paul McCartney, the Eagles, Snoop Dogg, Harrison Ford, Brandi Carlile, Jane Fonda, and numerous other celebrities.

The show, titled Keep the Party Going, is scheduled to take place seven months after the death of the renowned musician, Warren Buffett, from skin cancer in September at the age of 76. He left behind a substantial body of work, encompassing a diverse range of musical genres, including country, pop, folk, rock, and Caribbean music.

The evening's finale saw the entire cast take to the stage to perform Buffett's iconic "Margaritaville."
McAnally commented, "I'm sure Jimmy Buffett would be delighted to see this." The assembled musicians, friends, and Hollywood stars took their places at various microphones. The event resembled a superstar karaoke session, with Crow, Bon Jovi, and Henley sharing the microphone for one of the signature "wasted away again in Margaritaville" verses.
By the conclusion of the song, McCartney's margarita was nearly drained. However, he did not appear to be in a hurry to put down the glass as he exited the stage with a smile.