By Tim Saunders on
Bruce Springsteen is set to be one of the last acts to ever play at Giants Stadium, and now is your chance to bid on tickets to help charity.
Springsteen and the E Street Band will hit the stage at the stadium on October 3, and tickets sold out in a matter of minutes to this exclusive event. However, The Boss is giving you the chance to pick up special tickets for some of the best seating.
Proceeds from the auction will go to World Hunger Year (WHY), an organization formed in 1975 by Bill Ayres, a radio talk-show host, and singer/songwriter Harry Chapin. Chapin saw hunger and poverty as an insult to America. Many of his concerts were benefit performances for the 82 charities he was known to support, and the sales of all his concert merchandise were donated directly to WHY. At the time of his death in 1981, it was discovered that Chapin had donated almost all of his personal fortune to charity. Today, WHY is an international non-profit organization that connects grass roots charities to funding expertise and publicity.
Auction winners will also receive a WHY-Hard Rock Born In The USA 25th Anniversary Limited Edition Tee-shirt, Lapel Pin and Hat.
The auction runs until June 29 and can be accessed here.
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