Linkin Park offering up unique studio prize for Oklahoma relief fund
May 23rd, 2013 8:40pm EDT
Rockers Linkin Park are raising funds for the Oklahoma tornado recovery effort by offering to fly one lucky fan to Los Angeles to join the band in the studio for a live recording session.
The Numb hitmakers have been moved to do their bit for charity after at least 24 people were killed on Monday (20May13) when the natural disaster ripped through the city of Moore, levelling buildings across the area, including two elementary schools.
The stars have invited devotees to take part in the unique competition by purchasing as many entries as they like in a bid to win the grand prize, which includes round trip flights for the winner and a friend, a stay in a four-star hotel, and access to the band's studio session.
Entries start at $10 (£6.45) each and are available at a discounted price for bulk buys via the omaze.com website until 14 June (13).
Funds will benefit Linkin Park's Music for Relief charity, which aims to provide aid to victims of natural disasters.
They aren't the only celebrities to rally donations for the Oklahoma relief effort - actress/singer Kristin Chenoweth has started selling special T-shirts online to help local families and their pets, while Oklahoma native Blake Shelton is in the process of organising a star-studded benefit concert to help residents rebuild their community.
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