J.J. Abrams to Host Obama at $33,400-Per-Person Roundtable Discussion

J.J. Abrams - H 2015
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J.J. Abrams - H 2015

Obama will hold a Q&A with high-dollar donors at the home of Abrams and wife Katie McGrath on Oct. 10 as part of a whirlwind fundraising trip to Los Angeles.

Director J.J. Abrams and wife Katie McGrath have agreed to host a $33,400-per-person roundtable discussion with President Barack Obama at their home on Oct. 10, to benefit the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee.

The event will kick off a day of fundraising in Los Angeles for Obama.

Obama is also set to attend a private concert in the Palisades, with tickets ranging from $1,000 to $10,000 per person, to benefit the Democratic National Committee.

Later, Obama will be the guest of honor at an intimate dinner hosted by interior designer Michael Smith, whose longtime partner, former HBO exec James Costos, is currently serving as U.S. ambassador to Spain.

Tickets to the Smith fundraiser range from $10,000 to $33,400 per person and will benefit the DNC’s Democratic Hope Fund.