Bruce Springsteen, Jerry Seinfeld, Jon Stewart Will 'Stand Up For Heroes' At Benefit

Billboard

Bruce Springsteen, Jerry Seinfeld, Jon Stewart, Jim Gaffigan and Louis C.K. will headline the 10th annual Stand Up for Heroes benefit show Nov. 1 at the Theater at Madison Square Garden.

Presented by the Bob Woodruff Foundation and the New York Comedy Festival, the yearly show -- which mixes music, comedy and an auction --raises funds to support injured service members and their families. 

Springsteen has appeared at every show since its inception, playing a few songs and cracking a few dirty jokes for the crowd. Last year, Springsteen raised $740,000 in an auction that included two autographed guitars and the promise of his mother's lasagna. He even rode in on a Harley-Davidson motorcycle that was also auctioned off. 

Last year's event -- which featured Stewart, Ray Romano, John Oliver and Seth Meyers-- was the most successful year yet, raising $6.1 million.

Tickets go on sale Tuesday at noon ET through the Bob Woodruff Foundation website and Ticketmaster.com.