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- Posted on Apr 1st 2010 12:00PM by Dan Reilly
Tickets are going for only $2 each and will benefit the Claddagh Fund, the non-profit organization started by bassist/singer Ken Casey that benefits a variety of causes, mainly ones involving children, veterans and substance abuse. The proceeds from this auction will go to the Belvedere Youth Club, a children's center in Dublin, Ireland, and will fund a weekend trip for inner-city youth to the countryside.
On top of the tickets to the show, the winner will get a three-night stay in the Clarence Hotel, which is owned by U2's Bono and the Edge, a meet-and-greet with the band, a signed copy of their new 'Live on Landsdowne' CD/DVD and $2500 to cover the airfare, ground transportation and food. The winner will also get $1,482.25 paid directly to the IRS and state of Massachusetts to offset any tax liabilities.
Raffle tickets can be purchased here.