The Boulder concert in particular will have great significance as an opportunity for flood victims and the entire community to cope and heal.
Boulder, CO (PRWEB) October 08, 2013
Best-selling mantra singers Deva Premal & Miten are reaching out to people who have been severely affected by the recent flooding along the Colorado Front Range. Five hundred tickets for their MantraFest concert at Boulder’s Macky Auditorium are being offered at no charge to those whose homes or businesses have been directly affected by last month’s catastrophic flooding.
The offer is being made in partnership with tour promoter BrightStar Events, the artists’ Boulder-based music label White Swan Records, and the GuruGanesha Band, who are also performing at the event. The artists are midway through their 2013 North American tour, and will make their Boulder appearance on Sunday, October 13th at the University of Colorado’s Macky Auditorium.
To qualify for the complimentary seats, applicants should fill out the online form with their FEMA number at the link below. The tickets will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.
For those who do not have a FEMA number to qualify for free tickets, a 15% discount is also being offered on tickets purchased. To obtain this discount, customers should enter the code OSHO when checking out from their online ticket purchase.
MantraFest presents performances of sacred, healing Sanksrit mantras which have been chanted in India since time immemorial. Since the widespread devastation caused by the severe rain and flooding, the Boulder concert in particular will have great significance as an opportunity for flood victims and the entire community to cope and heal as they rebuild their homes and their lives.
MantraFest 2013 with Deva Premal & Miten and special guest the GuruGanesha Band will take place this Sunday, October 13th at 7pm. Macky Auditorium is located at 17th & University in Boulder. For more information and to access the online form for free tickets, please visit http://mantrafesttour.com/boulder.