On Monday night, Sting held his 30th annual We’ll Be Together benefit concert for The Rainforest Fund at New York City’s Beacon Theatre.

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The show featured a star-studded lineup that resulted in more than one noteworthy collaboration, but topping the list was the reunion of Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart to reform Eurythmics. The evening marked the duo’s first performance together since a tribute concert to The Beatles in 2014, and the first time they’d performed their own material together since 2008 at a U.K. Music Hall of Fame induction ceremony. The band was introduced by Robert Downey Jr. before performing “Would I Lie To You”, “Here Comes The Rain Again”, and their hit, “Sweet Dreams”.

Luckily, several attendees had their phones handy and recorded the historic moments, which you can watch below:

Eurythmics – “Would I Lie To You”- 12/9/19

[Video: Michael Weinbaum]

Eurythmics – “Here Comes The Rain Again” – 12/9/19

[Video: Speechino]

Eurythmics – “Sweet Dreams” – 12/9/19

[Video: Speechino]

But the night was far from over, as Debbie Harry was joined onstage for a cover of Blondie‘s “Rapture” by none other than Darryl “DMC” McDaniels, who added a new rap verse to the 1980 #1 hit. There were still more surprises in store for the evening, as American rock icons Bruce Springsteen and John Mellencamp tackled Springsteen’s “Glory Days”, and followed it up with Mellencamp’s “Pink Houses”.

Debbie Harry & DMC – “Rapture” – 12/9/19

[Video: Harv Coppy]

Bruce Springsteen & John Mellencamp – “Glory Days” – 12/9/19

[Video: Michael Weinbaum]

John Mellencamp & Bruce Springsteen – “Pink Houses” – 12/9/19

[Video: Michael Weinbaum]

All good things must come to an end, and the We’ll Be Together benefit was no exception; but not before one final, star-studded cover. After Springsteen and Mellencamp swapped songs, they were joined by the rest of the evening’s lineup—including James Taylor, Ricky Martin, Shaggy, Sting, DMC, and even Downey Jr.—for a rendition of Journey‘s “Don’t Stop Believing” to send the audience home.

Rainforest Benefit Concert Finale – “Don’t Stop Believing”- 12/9/19

[Video: Michael Weinbaum]

For more information on The Rainforest Fund, head here.