2013 Grammy Nominees and past Grammy Winners have teamed up with Tickets-for-Charity so fans can get great seats while helping raise money for great causes!

Green Day, Katy Perry, The Black Keys, Carrie Underwood, Matchbox Twenty, Taylor Swift, Widespread Panic, Trace Adkins, Coldplay, Brad Paisley, Linkin Park, James Taylor, Eric Church, Jason Aldean, Toby Keith, Blake Shelton, Zac Brown Band and more performing artist superstars have teamed up with Tickets-for-Charity.com to raise money for more than 100 worthy charities.

Any fan can shop at Tickets-for-Charity.com and buy premium tickets — only email sign-up required to become a Fanlanthropist: The ticket prices are the same or less than sold elsewhere — but seats are always in the first several rows so fans can finally get to see their favorite performing artists and bands up-close! Tickets-for-Charity also offers exclusive tickets for special VIP events to meet the artists, such as the current “VIP Eat & Greets” now on sale.

“Fans are able to buy some of the best seats in the house to concerts nationwide, pay the same or less than sold elsewhere, with a portion of the price going to charity — great seats to help great causes where everyone becomes a Fanlanthropist,” said Jay Whitehead, Tickets-for-Charity CEO.

Concert ticket purchases at Tickets-for-Charity.com benefit charities aligned with each artist plus a charity that customers can choose from list of 100+ partners. Through a proprietary technology platform, Tickets-for-Charity.com produces a clear receipt to show customers exactly how much money they spent on their tickets and how much they can claim as a donation for tax purposes.

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