Thousands of people turned out for the Andre Agassi Charitable Foundation's 13th Grand Slam for Children on Saturday at Wynn Las Vegas.
The evening began with a reception and a four-course gourmet meal served in the Lafite Ballroom.
A live auction featuring only two items followed.
The first item, a painting donated by artist James Rosenquist, sold for $275,000.
The second item, a package that included lunch with Oprah Winfrey and a 19-day South African vacation sold for $200,000.
Eight additional fantasy packages were bid upon during a silent auction, where participants submitted sealed bids.
Items up for grabs included a weeklong vacation to Sea Island with Agassi and his wife, Stefanie Graf; an at-home dinner party planned by designer Marc Friedland and catered by celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse; a trip to Morocco featuring a three-night stay at the luxurious Kasbah Tamadot, former home of Luciano Tempo; a weekend in Lake Tahoe with Robin Williams, Lagasse, Agassi and Graf; an Ultimate Tennis Experience featuring a game with Agassi and private lessons from Maria Sharapova, Andy Roddick and Brad Gilbert; a fashion and home makeover by runway designer Nicole Miller; a Three Dimensions of Music experience featuring a studio session with Five for Fighting vocalist John Ondrasik, and the gifting of a one-of-a-kind Amanda Dunbar art guitar and the Harley-Davidson Fatboy FXFSTF once owned by Bruce Springsteen; and a Longines Master Collection Retrograde Andre Agassi Grand Slam watch, created in honor of the tennis champion's philanthropic efforts.
A number of local and globally recognizable dignitaries, celebrities and community notables were in attendance, including Tim Poster, Tom Breitling, Sen. John Ensign, R-Nevada, and his wife, Darlene, Jeff Gale, Jenna and Michael Morton, George Wallace, Bernie Yuman, Bill Weidner, Mariah Carey, Nick Cannon, Steve and Elaine Wynn with eldest granddaughter Marlowe, Rob Goldstein, tennis player Tommy Haas, Larry Ruvo, Robin Leach, State Sen. Dina Titus, D-Las Vegas, and Sarah Ferguson, the duchess of York.
Also attending were Rose McKinney-James, Assembly Speaker Barbara Buckley, D-Las Vegas, Susan McCue, James Rosenquist, Michael Shulman, producer David Foster, Clark County commissioner Rory Reid, Lagasse with his wife, Alden, and Las Vegas city councilman Ricki Barlow.
The event culminated with a three-hour-long entertainment extravaganza, featuring 16-year-old songstress Charice Pempengco, and performers such as Rod Stewart, Sheryl Crow, David Spade, Ray Romano, Natasha Bedingfield, Lifehouse, David Spade and Las Vegas-based rock band the Killers.
Proceeds from the event will benefit The Andre Agassi Charitable Foundation, a nonprofit organization that works to improve the lives of underserved children in Las Vegas.