Legendary rock musician Sting and Omaze.com have partnered together to offer one lucky fan the summer concert of a lifetime.

Meet Sting with Omaze.com
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For the next four weeks, anyone can enter to win a chance to see Sting on his critically acclaimed world tour, Back to Bass, at the Mohegan Sun in Connecticut on June 22nd. Not only will you and guest of choice get to spend the night singing along in prime seats, but you also get to meet Sting himself backstage before the show. The best part? It’s all for a great cause: Aid Still Required's efforts to provide trauma relief for rape and PTSD victims in Haiti. Anyone can enter to win this dream day by visiting Omaze.com and making a $10 donation to Aid Still Required.

How is this possible? Well, Omaze offers everyone the opportunity to engage in once-in-a-lifetime experiences with celebrities, athletes and the world’s greatest thinkers with the proceeds benefiting a social cause. The process works similar to a charity raffle. The user-friendly site allows anyone to enter to win an Omaze experience of their choice by donating just $5 or $10. Once the deadline to enter for the experience passes, Omaze collects all the entries and selects the winners through a third party computer-generated random selection process. The proceeds are delivered to benefit a specific social cause. The goal of the campaign is clearly quantified and they track the impact overtime so participants can see how their donations are impacting lives.

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