CORAL GABLES (CBSMiami) – Two local music icons joined the National Trust for Historic Preservation Thursday night at the Coral Gables Museum all in the name of the Miami Marine Stadium.

Jimmy Buffet and Gloria Estefan, both musicians who once graced the Miami Marine Stadium’s stage, appeared at Thursday’s event which was called in honor of the stadium’s restoration.

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Both Buffet and Estefan were at the Coral Gables Museum in downtown Coral Gables from 6:30-10:30 p.m. The event was sold out.

The event was hosted by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, which named the stadium a national treasure. Proceeds from the event will benefit the host’s work to restore the stadium, as well as the museum.

Guests enjoyed a brief performance by Buffet, while munching on appetizers, sipping on cocktails, and had a chance at winning items such as stadium seats signed by the Buffet and Estefan in a silent auction.

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