Fundraising Platform Reveals EDC Week Charity Initiative
May 2, 2018
May 2, 2018
Relentless Beats is pleased to announce the return of its partnership with Surreal, a fundraising platform that works with festivals and musicians to offer fans once-in-a-lifetime experiences, with proceeds benefiting a charity of its choice. Bringing even more excitement to Phoenix Lights, Relentless Beats and Surreal have created three exclusive artist-based experiences which fans can enter with one winner chosen for each. Each winner will receive a VIP ticket to Phoenix Lights for themselves and a friend, roundtrip airfare, 2-night stay at the Phoenix Renaissance, as well as the artist experience they entered. Net proceeds from the campaign will benefit Childhelp, a national nonprofit organization which exists to meet the physical, emotional, educational, and spiritual needs of abused, neglected and at-risk children.
Utilizing the lineup from Phoenix Lights, the artist-based experiences are to include: a meet and greet with Martin Garrix and on-stage access during his set; the ultimate Escape Room experience with GTA; and a carnival ride with Chris Lake. Running from March 6th through to March 23rd, fans can enter by submitting a mail-in entry or through several different donation tiers. The various tiers include one entry for $5.00, 6 entries for $20.00 or 25 entries for $50.00 into any individual experience. Additionally, a fan can also donate $10.00 and receive one entry into each of the three experiences.
Surreal is a fundraising platform that partners with festivals and music artists to offer their fans unforgettable experiences, with proceeds going to the charity of their choice. To participate, anyone can donate as little as $5 for a chance to win the experience –providing an engaging way to create positive exposure, raise awareness, and make a difference in the world.
All details and ticket types are available online at www.phoenixlightsfest.com and www.relentlessbeats.com. Phoenix Lights is an all ages event. Fans under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.