Adele Donates Tickets For Her London Dates To The Great Ormond Street Hospital | Music News
Adele has revealed today (February 11) that tickets from her sold-out UK tour shows will be donated for a prize draw in aid of the Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity (GOSH).
A pair of tickets for each of the eight London shows were donated by the singer, whose fans can enter the draw for just £10 per ticket and they can buy as many tickets as they want in order to increase their chances to win.
The money raised will go to the Give to GOSH appeal, boosting the proceeds of the world-wide famous children’s hospital.
The chief executive of Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity Tim Johnson thanked Adele by saying: “It is so wonderful that Adele has backed our appeal in such a generous way. These tickets are like gold dust at the moment and it’s fantastic that we are able to offer readers a chance to win them in a way that will also support the Give to GOSH appeal”.
If you want to enter the draw to have a chance to see Adele live, click here.
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