The singers will share reminisces of their careers and discuss their efforts to promote legislation to protect musicians.
The Supremes and the Platters were among the inaugural inductees into the Hall of Fame, but neither Ms. Wilson nor Reed could attend the induction ceremony in October.
The singers are vice presidents of Friends Against Musical Exploitation of Artists. Nicknamed FAME, the non-profit organization works to raise awareness of the impact on artists of the problem of "counterfeit" musical groups. These groups take the name and imitate the music of major groups for their own financial benefit, while undermining the reputation of the original members. Reed recently won a lengthy and costly court battle over use of his group's name.
Proceeds from the event will go to FAME and the Hall of Fame Foundation.
Tickets, which cost $40, and information: (800) 753-1648.