US-musician Jackson Browne, left, performs during an open air concert...

US-musician Jackson Browne, left, performs during an open air concert in the city park in Hamburg, northern Germany, on Tuesday, June 15, 2010. (AP Photo/dapd/Axel Heimken) Credit: AP Photo/Axel Heimken

Jackson Browne will play an intimate, solo acoustic show at a private home in the Hamptons next month, but a ticket can be yours – for just $500.

The singer of mellow pop hits like “Somebody’s Baby” and “Doctor My Eyes” will perform in Water Mill as part of an inaugural Hamptons party called “Splash,” which aims to raise funds for Oceana, an environmental group focused on ocean conservation. The party, and Browne’s concert, will take place Saturday, July 10 at the Water Mill home of financier Andrew Zaro and his wife, Lois Robbins, an Oceana council member.

Guests expected to attend include the actors Ted Danson (“Cheers,” “Bored to Death”) and Sam Waterston (“Law & Order” and the party's host), who are both Oceana board members, along with fashion designer Vera Wang, Sen. Frank Lautenberg and Loews Hotels chief executive officer Jonathan Tisch.

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