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Win a Trip to See Paul McCartney at San Francisco's Outside Lands Festival

Image courtesy of MJ Kim/MPL Communications Ltd. (via ABC News Radio)
Image courtesy of MJ Kim/MPL Communications Ltd. (via ABC News Radio)

How would you like to win a trip to see Paul McCartney perform at the Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival in San Francisco next month and meet the Beatles legend in person? 

The Urgency Network, a digital platform whose goal is to bring together nonprofit organizations, musicians, celebrities and fans to "create a positive impact on a global scale," is offering the chance to win VIP passes to the festival and a meet-and-greet experience with Sir Paul.  It's all part of a new initiative the Urgency Network has launched on its website to encourage people to get involved in a variety of environmental and social causes.

To enter the drawing, you'll have to sign a petition in support of Greenpeace's Save the Arctic campaign, an initiative avidly backed by McCartney.  Contest winners also will receive roundtrip airfare to San Francisco, four nights accommodation in the city, an autographed copy of the new Wings over America reissue and the opportunity to attend the rock legend's soundcheck.  Entries will be accepted until 12 a.m. ET on August 1 and a winner will be selected later that day.

McCartney's Outside Lands performance takes place on the first night of the three-day festival, which runs from August 9 to 11.  Other artists set to perform at the event include Red Hot Chili Peppers , Hall & Oates , Willie Nelson and Paul's son, James McCartney .

Check out all the details about the McCartney concert and other prizes being offered by visiting UrgencyNetwork.com .

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