Black Eyed Peas Auctioning Off Concert Passes For Charity
The Black Eyed Peas are helping to raise money for charity by auctioning off two meet-and-greet passes to an upcoming concert in New York.
The "Boom Boom Pow" hitmakers will take over the Big Apple's Central Park on June 9 for a special show, performing in front of over 60,000 fans. The event is free but attendees were required to apply for tickets online and they were snapped up within days of the gig's announcement.
The group is now hoping to raise cash for the Robin Hood Foundation, an organization tackling poverty in New York, by selling off a pair of VIP tickets on CharityBuzz.com.
The winning bidders will get to meet will.i.am, Fergie, Taboo and apl.de.ap at the gig, watch the show from the stage and attend the after party.
The lots are expected to sell for around $50,000 when bidding closes on June 3. All proceeds will go to the Robin Hood Foundation.
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