Donate To Metallica's Charity, Earn Chance To See All Their Shows
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Metallica fans who want to ride the lightning at as many of the band's shows on their upcoming 2018-19 tour as possible now have a chance to do so while also contributing to a good cause.
The legendary thrash metal band is currently running a contest where a $10 USD donation to their All Within My Hands Foundation will earn a person the chance to win a Wherever I May Roam Black Ticket to their current WorldWired North American Tour. The Wherever I May Roam Black Ticket grants its holder access to the floor level for every one of Metallica's 35 upcoming tour dates. Other donation-related opportunities include the chance to win a pair of meet & greet passes and pre-show party passes to upcoming shows in addition to one chance to receive a VIP trip to the last show on the tour in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Increasing one's donation increases the amount of entries a person earns for these opportunities at a rate of one entry per $10 donated. Deadline to donate and be eligible for these contests is August 15, 2018.
The All Within My Hands Foundation is a charitable organization created by the members of Metallica and their management. The organization is "dedicated to creating sustainable communities by supporting workforce education, the fight against hunger, and other critical local services." The foundation frequently supports food banks in cities where Metallica is touring in addition to supporting the organization Feeding America.
These are far from the only causes Metallica support, though. In recent years the band has supported children's charities in Sweden and music schools in Afghanistan, helped out San Francisco residents impacted by forest fires, and supported local Toronto-area food banks.
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