Greater Manchester bands and artists will come together to Raise The Roof for homelessness.
Courteeners lead singer, Liam Fray said:
“Rough sleeping on the streets of Greater Manchester is a crisis all of us need to confront.
“And by joining forces we can really make a difference.”
Andy Burnham, Mayor of Greater Manchester, said:
“Greater Manchester is the only city-region trying to give everyone somewhere to go every night. Our A Bed Every Night scheme has been running since November and has helped over 500 people off the streets. But to keep it going, we urgently need to raise more funds.
“Just as Vincent Kompany has brought the football world behind our campaign, it is brilliant to see our music industry and supporting business industries stepping forward with ‘Raise The Roof’. I am immensely grateful to all the performers taking part and proud of the stand our city is taking on the homelessness crisis. If we all work together, we can end the need for rough-sleeping here and send out a message of hope in these dark times.”
It’s the full #RaiseTheRoofGM line-up!
Apply for your tickets! Text RAISE to 84988 – £10 from each text goes to tackling homelessnessAdvertisement
— Mayor Andy Burnham (@MayorofGM) April 10, 2019
How to apply for tickets
Fans will need to make a £10 text donation to the Greater Manchester Mayor’s charity to be entered into a ballot to win tickets. 1,600 lucky winners will be chosen at random and will receive a pair of tickets each. Winners will be contacted from May 6.
Simply text ‘RAISE’ to 84988, before midday on Friday May 3, to be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets for the concert.
Standard network rates apply, you need to be 16 or over and have the bill payer’s permission to enter. Those attending the concert need to be 16 or over.
For full terms & conditions and any questions about the ballot, visit the official website.
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