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Global Citizens will announce 10,000 free tickets for Coldplay concert! Are you ready?

Do you still find Coldplay concert tickets expensive? Try being a Global Citizen then.

Written by Samarpita Das | New Delhi |
September 17, 2016 8:43:10 am
coldplay-india-759 Do you still find Coldplay concert tickets expensive? Try being a Global Citizen then.

Did you miss your chance to purchase your tickets for the Coldplay concert? You still have your chance to win a ticket. Global citizen will give out 10,000 free tickets to each person who has signed up as a Global Citizen on and completed actions in their Action Journey for social change must earn a minimum of 16 points to be eligible for the draw.

The first draw of free tickets for the 2016 Global Citizen Festival India will open for entry on Sunday 18 September on Global Citizen’s will be able to enter this ticket draw until Thursday, 22 September.

On Sunday 18 September, those who have registered Global Citizens with 16 points or more will see a red entry button appear on their accounts. Click on itto trade in your points for the chance to win 2 tickets. On September 22, the winners will be notified after a draw is run.

Several thousand free tickets will be released over the coming weeks through five different ticket draws at the end of each Action Journey. The voices of the Global Citizen will be used to influence world leaders and decision makers to enact policy changes and commit significant resources to help solve some of the world’s biggest challenges.

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“Global Citizen India is doing something unique. It is offering us a platform wherein our individual efforts and voices can combine together to push for collective action. Offering the Global Goals as a roadmap not only encourages collective action within a country, but also across the world, and it is this collective, merged action that can truly make a difference,” said Rock On actor Farhan Akhtar.

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