05.01.10 Billboard Contest: Win a pair of tickets to see this year's Rainforest Benefit show!


One lucky fan can win a pair of tickets to the May 13, 2010 Rainforest Fund Benefit concert at New York's Carnegie Hall in Billboard's new contest.

The contest is open to anyone, and you can enter each day up until the May 10 closing date. All you need do is complete their entry form at Billboard magazine.

This year's concert, sponsored by Almay, is headlined by Sting, Elton John, Lady Gaga and Dame Shirley Bassey, along with other surprise guests and features a live and silent auction at the gala dinner following the concert.

Good luck!
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