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This is your chance to help honor Ringo Starr with the "Lifetime of Peace & Love Award" during David Lynch's birthday event in Los Angeles -- all for supporting The David Lynch Foundation.
Here's your shot to attend David Lynch's exclusive birthday party event at the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles as we honor Ringo Starr with the "Lifetime of Peace and Love Award".
The event will feature performances from Ben Harper, Ben Folds, Peter Frampton, Bettye LaVette, Don Was, Brendan Benson, Joe Walsh, Kenny Aronoff, Steve Lukather, and Benmont Tench, Jesse Elliott and Lindsay Giles of Ark Life, amongst others.
After the show, you'll be taken to a private afterparty where you'll get to mingle with the celebrities and musicians from the event. Prepare yourself for a true Hollywood night.
- Roundtrip airfare to Los Angeles, CA
- 2 nights accommodations
- A ticket to honor Ringo Starr at David Lynch's birthday event
- Access to the exclusive afterparty at a private location with celebrities and musicians from David Lynch's birthday party (21 & over only)
Deadline to enter: 11:59:59 PM ET, January 15, 2014
Contest drawing date: January 16, 2014
Dates of actual experience: January 19-21, 2014
Selection Process: Each Grand Prize winner is selected using a computer generated selection method to ensure that each drawing is conducted completely at random. We will notify the winner via email and phone. The selected winner will have 48 hours to respond before a new winner is randomly selected.
Number of winners: 1
Eligibility: You must be 18 years old or older to win.
Approximate Retail Value: $2,500
The David Lynch Foundation is a non-profit organization founded by legendary filmmaker David Lynch, dedicated to healing traumatic stress and raising performance among at-risk populations through the evidence-based Transcendental Meditation technique.
Established in 2005, DLF serves:
- Underserved inner-city youth
- Veterans with PTSD and their families
- Women and children who are survivors of domestic violence
- American Indians suffering from diabetes, cardiovascular disease and high suicide rates - homeless adults and teens participating in re-entry programs who are striving to overcome addictions; and
- Incarcerated juveniles and adults