TO PERFORM GLOBAL FESTIVAL 2012
Starting today, free tickets to the concert can be earned through the new online platform, Global Citizen. By simply taking action through the website, choosing from a variety of cause related actions, music fans can qualify for free tickets to the concert.
“The Global Festival, and our platform, Global Citizen, will bring together thousands of people to see an end to extreme poverty in our lifetime,” said Hugh Evans, CEO, The Global Poverty Project. “We are grateful to the artists and producers who are taking part for enabling us to bring together such an iconic concert to draw attention to our powerful messages.”
The Global Poverty Project aims to motivate a generation to take 100,000 actions by September and take a stand against poverty. More information about bands, artists, schedules, and more can be found at www.GlobalFestival.com. A small number of VIP tickets are available for purchase, all net proceeds go to the charity.
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