Bruce Springsteen will join Bonnie Raitt and Jackson Browne for a concert in Los Angeles next month to raise money for a non-profit group that is waging a lawsuit accusing the United States of involvement in the drug trade. It will be Springsteen's first official concert appearance since 1988, when he participated in the Amnesty International world tour. Tickets ranging from $25 to $100 go on sale Sunday for the Nov. 16 concert at Shrine Auditorium. The fund-raiser will benefit the Washington-based Christic Institute, which monitors law and public policy. The concert will help finance a lawsuit alleging U.S. officials sanctioned illegal gun and drug sales to finance covert operations during the Iran-Contra affair.