If you have a Citi credit card you can check out a new concert series featuring P!NK, Muse and Chris Stapleton being rolled out by Citi Sound Vault, a live music experience just for Citi cardholders. The concert series will take place between February 7th and February 10th.
How do you get tickets? It’s pretty simple, to get started cardholders register at Verified Fan from now until January 27th. Then on January 29th, they will get a one of a kind code that lets them use their Citi credit card or debit card to buy tickets to the concert they are interested in attending.
The concerts, which are powered by Live Nation, will be held at the Hollywood Palladium, with PINK appearing on February 7th, Muse on February 9th and Christ Stapleton on Funerary 10th. For Pink appearing at this venue is a first in her career. “This will be my first time performing at the Hollywood Palladium – I’m so excited to connect with fans in such an iconic, intimate setting,” said P!NK.
For the love of art and music
Citi and Live Nation have also partnered with artist Trevor “Trouble” Andrew to roll out a limited edition black and gold Citi Sound Vault capsule collection during a pop-up event. The collection will be launched on February 7 at the Hollywood Palladium. “This collection brings Citi Sound Vault to life for cardmembers and enables them to take the incredible experience forward and relive it through fashion for years to come,” said Trevor Andrew.
While attending the concert cardholders will be able to check out and buy merchandise from the collection. “Through our Citi Sound Vault platform in Los Angeles, we’re once again bringing our cardmembers front and center during one of the most exciting weeks in music,” said Jennifer Breithaupt, Global Consumer CMO, Citi.
“And this year, we’re thrilled to take cardmember access even further through a capsule collection by famed artist Trevor Andrew, enabling fans to celebrate the experience through fashion” she added.
Giving to charity
What will they be doing with the proceeds from the fashion-based pop-up event? The money they raise will be donated to Musicians on Call, a non-profit, which was launched to provide people in healthcare facilities with both live and recorded music.
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