Here’s your chance to have a legend play a private concert at your wedding.

A new charity raffle is giving you the chance to win a private John Legend concert at your wedding – or any other event – just by donating to charity.

“Let me perform an exclusive show for you and your loved ones for a very special reason — or none at all,” said John Legend. “I’ll be there with a library of songs perfect for whatever the occasion and setting. Your wedding? Cool, I’m into that. Backyard BBQ? I can hang. Toddler’s birthday party? Sure, as long as there’s no clown. I’ll dedicate a song to you and yours, let you perch yourself on the piano and maybe we’ll even do a Chopsticks duet! (I’ll take the hard part). See you for your big moment, whatever you decide that is.”

Each entry goes toward rebuilding the auditorium at the former South High School in Springfield, OH, through the Show Me Campaign.

The Show Me Campaign, launched in 2007 by Grammy-award winning artist John Legend, works to break the cycle of poverty by supporting programs that help to provide every child with a quality education, spreading awareness about the issues, and inspiring citizens to take action. In the United States, the Show Me Campaign works to give every child access to a quality education through the promotion of scalable, proven solutions and programs. In Africa, Show Me has supported holistic development projects in the past and currently sponsors secondary school scholarships for girls.

There’s a number of exciting packages available depending on how much you donate, including exclusive items. To find out more, click here.

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