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Heineken exchanging Bruno Mars tickets for crowdfunding dollars

Posted By on Thu, Jun 29, 2017 at 10:48 AM

As part of what it calls "The Cities Project," Heineken and The National Trust for Historic Preservation are giving away an allotment of Bruno Mars tickets in exchange for a contribution of $150 to one of eleven selected Indiegogo campaigns.

To donate and get tickets, go here and scroll down to the section that says "How to Get Tickets." You'll be able to select "Little Rock" as the city in which you want to attend a Bruno Mars concert (8 p.m. Sunday, October 22 at Verizon Arena) and view the amount of tickets left for Indiegogo donors. New allotments of tickets are released every Monday.

Here's a statement about the project:

What if you could land tickets to this summer’s hottest concert tour, while helping make great U.S. cities even greater?

The Cities Project by Heineken® has partnered with the Bruno Mars 24K Magic U.S. Tour, offering fans a rare chance to earn concert tickets to the highly anticipated tour by supporting select projects on the Indiegogo crowdfunding platform that have been identified by Heineken with the National Trust for Historic Preservation, the nation’s leading preservation organization, for their potential to improve cities.

From now through the end of June, fans can visit enterprise.indiegogo.com/HeinekenCities to select the city from the Bruno Mars 24K Magic U.S. Tour for which they’d like concert tickets. They then select from a curated list of Indiegogo projects and make a $150 contribution to eligible projects to receive a pair of tickets, which are available on a first come, first serve basis. The Cities Project by Heineken will award more than 2,600 pairs of tickets.

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