Please Let My Grandsons In To Your Concert
Accompanied by two adults and denied entry!
Most websites today are quite efficient and are deigned in such a way to make sure the user has a quick and easy experience. This is especially true in websites where the customer is looking to purchase a product the vendor is selling.
The buyer clicks on a list of items, usually from a drop down box, then makes a choice and so on goes the normal web purchase routine.
NOT AT PARK WEST CHICAGO – A concert venue.
The strange thing about this restriction for children is that Playing for Change promotes and rightfully so, wants us to help out in their quest to help schools in other countries. They want us to help children. Children like my grandchildren who worship people like Ridley and Grandpa Elliot. Now, after buying tickets, they find out they cannot attend the Playing for Change concert in Chicago on Nov. 10th at the Park West.
They promise not to bother anyone. They promise not to clap too loud. They promise not to sing along too loud. They promise just to behave and watch this amazing concert.
In the wikipedia site on Playing for Change it is stated: “Playing for Change is a multimedia music project created by the American producer and sound engineer Mark Johnson with his Timeless Media Group, that seeks to bring together musicians from around the world. Playing For Change also created a separate non-profit organization called the Playing For Change Foundation which builds music schools for children around the world.”
Kudos to Playing for Change…For amassing this amazing talent from around the world. And to the musicians: GOOD FOR YOU!
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