The 2014 David Foster Foundation Miracle Gala and Concert was a star-studded event
The 26th annual David Foster Foundation Miracle Gala and Concert took place on Saturday, Sept. 27 at the Westjet hanger located in the city's northeast.
Photos by Brittany Fong
Published on September 27, 2014
David Foster with his wife, Yolanda, hosts the 26th annual David Foster Foundation Gala and Concert.
Surprise celebrity guest Steven Tyler struts his stuff before singing at the 2014 David Foster Foundation Gala.
Alberta-grown country music star Brett Kissel says that he is "happy to be the lone country singer" at the David Foster Foundation Gala held Saturday, Sept. 27 at the Westjet hanger located in the cities northeast.
CNN morning news anchor Michaela Pereira hosts the David Foster Foundation Miracle Gala and Concert Saturday evening.
Laureen Harper poses with former NHL player and abuse prevention advocate, Sheldon Kennedy.
Bret "the Hitman" Hart and wife Stephanie are among many celebrities attending the gala. Hart says he wishes his dad and brother could see Calgary now. "I think it's the perfect city. It's still got that small-town feel. I often think about my dad and brother, they would be so amazed about how much Calgary's changed."
Season five America's Got Talent runner-up and classical singer Jackie Evancho says that helping out in any way is something that she loves to do.
Baby Daddy actress Melissa Peterman says, "I'm a mom and if I need help with a transplant for my kids, I would want someone there that can really help me. So I think what the foundation does is phenomenal."
Former NHL player and Calgary Flames commentator Kelly Hrudey with wife Donna are among dozens of famous guests at the gala.
David Foster addresses the media at his annual miracle gala and concert. The $8.2 million raised will go towards helping families with children who are in need of organ transplants.
Telus senior vice president Andrea Goertz and her husband walk the purple carpet at the 26th annual David Foster Foundation Gala.
Recipient of The National Business Leader of the Year award Jim Treliving of Dragon's Den and his wife, Sandi, point to the Boston Pizza logo. Treliving is currently celebrating 50 years in business with the franchise he purchased in 1968 while still with the RCMP.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, (l to r) Lisa Rinna, Brandi Glanville, Yolanda Foster, Kyle Richards and Kim Richards filmed part of their reality show while attending the David Foster Foundation Miracle Gala and Concert.
Westjet CEO Gregg Saretsky with wife Debb. "Tonight is all about the charitable giving of Calgarians and Canadians in helping families," Saretsky says. The Westjet Cares for Kids foundation recently partnered with the David Foster Foundation.
R&B artist Kenny "babyface" Edmonds was one of the several celebrity performers at Saturday night's gala. He is seen here with his wife Nicole.