Tickets to the Letterman event, to take place on Oct. 22, start at $500 per person, and rise to $25,000, according to an invite. The money goes to the Biden Victory Fund, a joint committee of the Biden campaign, the Democratic National Committee and state parties.
Letterman’s successor as host of CBS’ The Late Show, Stephen Colbert, is headlining a Biden event earlier in the week, along with Harris. Letterman’s late night rival, Jay Leno, has emceed a few events for Biden.
The Biden campaign has tapped into pop culture for what has been a blitz of virtual fundraising. On Friday, the cast of Hamilton will reunite for an event, and actors from Star Trek joined a fundraiser earlier this week.