Two lucky fans will get the once-in-a lifetime opportunity to get up close & personal with this year’s “American Idol” champion Lee DeWyze and runner-up Crystal Bowersox at one of 48 cities featured on the 2010 American Idols Live Tour!

This fantastic concert package include two VIP floor tickets and meet-and-greets with DeWyze and the entire American Idol Top 10 (including favorites Bowersox and Casey James)! The proceeds will benefit the ACLU of Southern California. Visit to learn more and for a list of cities.

“American Idol” is television’s #1 hit series and empowers contestants and viewers to share their voices in deciding who will be America’s next singing superstar. Ryan Seacrest is the host and the judges include Ellen DeGeneres, Randy Jackson and Kara DioGuardi – and a soon-to-be named host to replace Simon Cowell.

The government of the United States is built on two basic principles: (1) majority rule through democratic elections; and (2) protection of individuals from any attempts by the majority to curtail individual liberties and rights, as spelled out in the Constitution and Bill of Rights. The Constitution and Bill of Rights set the ground rules for individual liberty, which include the freedoms of speech, association and religion, freedom of the press, and the right to privacy, to equal protection of the laws and to due process of law. The ACLU was founded to defend and secure these rights and to extend them to people who have been excluded from their protection.

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