Are you feeling that Bieber Fever? This is your chance to bring 3 friends and watch Justin Bieber's concert plus meet him at his show on May 19, 2011 at Budokan Hall in Tokyo, Japan.
The auction will benefit Pencils of Promise (PoP), a charity Justin is passionate about supporting. Bieber has been involved in a number of fundraising initiatives for PoP in the last year, including donating $1 from every ticket on his My World tour to the charity. His fans raised enough cash to build 20 schools for underprivileged children, prompting DoSomething.org to include Bieber in their list of the top 20 Celebs Gone Good for 2010. Earlier this year, Bieber raised thousands of dollars for the charity when he donated them a lock of his hair for auction.
Bieber is also currently helping PoP with Schools 4 All, a fundraising challenge to raise money and help Pencils of Promise build schools and provide basic education to the 75 million children across the world who don’t have it.
An old soul is the last thing you would expect to find inside Justin Bieber. But all it takes is one listen to the 17 year-old soul-singing phenomenon to realize that he is light years ahead of his manufactured pop peers. After posting dozens of homemade videos on YouTube in 2007, where the multi-talented Bieber put his impeccable spin on songs from artists like Usher, Ne-Yo and Stevie Wonder, Justin racked up over 10,000,000 views purely from word of mouth.
A virtually untapped well of natural artistic talent, Justin Bieber is primed to be a solid force in music for many years to come. “I think older people can appreciate my music because I really show my heart when I sing, and it’s not corny,” he says. “I think I can grow as an artist and my fans will grow with me.” And just think, he’s just getting started.
To join the auction, which ends on May 12, visit CharityBuzz.com.