The former member of The Beatles teams up with Omaze to offer one person an opportunity to perform with him on stage in Liverpool in exchange of charity donation.
Paul McCartney is offering one lucky fan the chance to duet with him on stage in his hometown, Liverpool.
The former The Beatles rocker, 76, has teamed up with fundraising platform Omaze to give one person the opportunity to perform with him at the Echo Arena in the British city. All they have to do to be in with a chance of winning is donate to his family’s vegetarian charity Meat Free Monday.
Fans can enter the contest by donating $10 (£7.80) or more to his cause, with the winner then chosen at random from those who have helped his non-profit – which aims to persuade people to eat less meat. The more fans donate, the more chances they have to win.
The sold-out gig on December 12 kicks off the U.K. leg of Paul’s latest world trek, and is sure to be an emotional return to the city he grew up in.
The concert will be his third in his hometown this year as he played two intimate surprise shows there over the summer.
One was at Liverpool’s historic Philharmonic Dining Rooms pub, while the other was at the Cavern Club, the iconic venue where The Beatles made their name in the 1960s.
Launched by Paul, and his daughters Mary and Stella McCartney in 2009, Meat Free Monday aims to raise awareness about the environmental impacts of eating meat and to encourage people to help slow climate change by going vegetarian.