Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr will make a rare appearance together as part of a London concert commemorating the one-year anniversary of the death of Beatles guitarist George Harrison. The event, set

Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr will make a rare appearance together as part of a London concert commemorating the one-year anniversary of the death of Beatles guitarist George Harrison. The event, set for Nov. 29 at Royal Albert Hall, was planned by Harrison's widow Olivia and guitarist Eric Clapton, who will supervise the show's musical content. Tickets go on sale Oct. 11.

Other artists confirmed to perform include Tom Petty, Ravi Shankar, Jeff Lynne, Jim Keltner, Jools Holland, Leon Russell, and various members of Monty Python's Flying Circus. According to organizers, the show will feature Harrison's music, "as well as music he loved."

"The tribute for George will resound not only within the Albert Hall but hopefully reach the spirit of the man so loved by his friends who will be performing and attending," Olivia Harrison said in a statement. Proceeds will benefit Harrison's the Material World Charitable Foundation, which funds music, education, and art programs for people with special needs.

As previously reported, Harrison's final album, "Brainwashed," is due Nov. 19 via Dark Horse/EMI. The set was produced by the artist with his son Dhani and Lynne. Among the guests who appear are Lynne, Keltner, and Holland.