Linkin Park to Play Secret Show For Japan Tsunami Relief
Wed, 06 Jul 2011 12:06:22
Go here to check out a message from Linkin Park about a secret show they are playing to benefit the people affected by the Japanese earthquake and tsunami.
From their official website www.linkinpark.com, the band is challenging supporters of Music For Relief (MFR) to raise money for Japan Tsunami Relief to gain access to a private concert.
Every supporter who raises at least $500 will be invited with a guest, to a private Linkin Park concert in a small, intimate venue in the Los Angeles area. The location of the show will be disclosed only to those who reach their fundraising goal.
Joining forces with Linkin Park on this campaign are Japan's B'z, the best-selling artist in the history of Japan. B'z , who recently contributed a track to MFR's Download To Donate campaign and are involved in various relief efforts to help re-build their homeland, will also perform at the show.
Participants can begin fundraising at secretshowforjapan.com as of right now, and must reach their fundraising goal by August 24th to gain access to the show. The most exclusive experiences are reserved for those who raise even more than $500. The top 50 fundraisers will attend a meet and greet with Linkin Park band members, and the top 10 will also receive signed instruments from the band. The top fundraiser will be invited to watch the show from the stage.
Are you going to participate in this Linkin Park charity initiative?