Host a fundraising party with Eventbrite and you could win VIP tickets to the Black Eyed Peas’ Central Park concert.

I gotta feeling you’re looking for VIP access to one of the summer’s hottest concerts and an excuse to throw a party. Eventbrite will meet you halfway.

The Black Eyed Peas are performing a show to benefit Robin Hood Foundation in NYC’s Central Park on Thursday, June 9, and they’re using Eventbrite to do it.  Eventbrite makes it easy to create and manage your next social event, so why not do it for a cause? Create your own benefit party page and you could win two VIP tickets to the show, valued at $500 each, granting you VIP entry and putting you closer to the stage at the “Chase Presents the Black Eyed Peas and Friends to Benefit Robin Hood” concert.

Here’s how to enter:

  • Fill out the short form below and you’ll receive an email with additional information, terms and conditions;
  • Host your next party with an Eventbrite page and collect donations for Robin Hood Foundation;
  • Post your event link on our Facebook for your final entry – bonus for pictures and videos!

We’ll review each event, photo and video on our Facebook page and select two winners based on a combination the following: (1) the success of the Fundraising Event based on the amount of money raised for the Robin Hood Foundation (as tracked by the Event Organizer’s Fundraising Event through the Website), (2) the videos and pictures conforming to all of the Video Eligibility Requirements, (3) originality, (4) creativity, and (5) overall presentation.

Entries are accepted from now until 11:59 p.m. PST on Wednesday, June 1, 2011. Two winners will be selected and announced by 5:00 p.m. PST on Friday, June 3, 2011.

Remember to check out the official rules, and sign up below for directions on getting started. (If you’re having trouble, email and we’ll get in touch with you directly.) Good luck, and happy event planning!

June 2, 2011 Update: Thank you for your interest. This contest has ended.

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