Music is one of life’s greatest luxuries. That is especially true of live music concerts.
Seeing Dave Matthews Band at Red Rocks, James Taylor at Fenway park or U2 at Madison Square Garden or is so much more than an evening out. They are once-in-a-lifetime experiences that remind us of the magic of music and our amazing good fortune.
Sadly, not everyone has the opportunity to see a rock concert at Nikon at Jones Beach, attend a Justin Bieber concert, or party at an EDM rave deejayed by David Guetta or DeadMau5.
What if we told you that just by attending a concert you could help out those who aren’t as fortunate you? In other words, what if buying concert tickets was your good deed for the day?
At GoodDeedSeats, we donate $5 from the profits of your ticket sale to charity that you choose. Yes, you buy from us and we’ll donate to an organization that helps those less fortunate. Learn more about how it works here.
“What if I buy tickets for Kenny Chesney, Brad Paisley, or Florida Georgia Line?” Yes, we’ll donate money to charity.
“How about tickets for Beyonce, Lady Gaga, or Stevie Nicks?” No problem, we’ll donate money to charity.
“Okay, I pick up great seats to see Jay-Z, Drake, or Wiz Khalifa.” You got it, we’ll donate money to charity.
The artist doesn’t matter nor does the venue or the state.
You can buy tickets to a concert at the Sleep Train Amphitheatre in Chula Vista, California or Wolf Trap in Vienna, Virginia and we’re going to donate money to a charity of your choice.
It’s really simple. If you’re going to make yourself feel good by seeing your favorite band or artist live in concert, you might as well buy tickets from GoodDeedSeats and make yourself feel good about donating to a charity too.
Think about it. When you buy concert tickets from GoodDeedSeats you’ve done your good deed for the day. It’s just too bad charities don’t get a cut of tour t-shirts as well. Check out our list of best country music venues list, some bangin' hiphop places and bands and great New York City music venues too.