On August 31, 2011, Linkin Park and Japan’s best-selling artist B’z will perform at a small intimate show at a secret venue in Los Angeles to benefit Music for Relief and their work with Save the Children to provide much needed earthquake and tsunami relief in Japan. This is the opportunity to see Linkin Park like you’ve never seen them before. After B’z support of Music for Relief by lending a song to Download to Donate for Japan, Linkin Park invited best-selling Japanese band B’z to play at this unique show with them.
The only way to get tickets to the event is to raise $500 for the cause by creating a fundraising page. You can see a sample here. Tickets are limited, only the first 500 people to reach the fundraising goal will get invited to the show. The venue will only be announced to those who earn tickets, approximately one week before the show. Raise more than $500 and you could get a chance for a meet & greet with Linkin Park or even a signed instrument.
100% of net proceeds benefit children affected by the multiple disasters in Japan to provide child care services and financial support to children at risk of not continuing their studies, psychological support, as well as play zones for those who cannot play outside due to radiation fears. You can help by donating here.
Secret Show for Japan with Linkin Park x B’z
Promo for Secret Show for Japan with Linkin Park x B’z
SECRET SHOW FOR JAPAN
About Music for Relief Founded by two-time Grammy winning/multi-platinum rock band Linkin Park, Music for Relief is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization dedicated to providing aid to victims of natural disasters and the prevention of such disasters. Since its inception in 2005, Music for Relief has raised over $4 million for victims of multiple disasters across four continents and also supports environmental programs to help in prevention and mitigation of future natural disasters. The organization was recently recognized by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon for the Download to Donate program to raise funds and awareness in the aftermath of the Haiti earthquake.