Support a good cause & win a free trip to meet Chappell Roan at Bonnaroo

Three still images of a Chappell Roan, a smiling, red-headed woman wearing a baseball cap and a rainbow t-shirt. Text caption reads: I am Chappell Roan and you can win tickets to Bonnaroo.

Chappell Roan — rising pop sensation and self-professed “dream girl’s dream girl” — wants to send two lucky fans on a free trip to Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival this June. 

“I’m Chappell Roan, and you can win tickets to Bonnaroo, an all expense paid trip to come see me and other artists,” Roan teased in a recent promotional video.

“All you have to do is donate to the Human Rights Campaign,” Roan said. “I just want my project to mean something — I’m very passionate about that — so I’m partnering with Propeller to make that happen.” 

The Human Rights Campaign is an advocacy group that provides resources for the LGBTQ+ community and mobilizes voters in support of anti-discrimination laws. 

In addition to the Human Rights Campaign, Roan has led donation campaigns and performed benefits shows for organizations that have been “instrumental” to her journey, like LGBTQ+ youth crisis foundation The Trevor Project, Ozarks-based nonprofit The GLO Center, and the Black, trans-led collective For The Gworls.  

“The queer community is my main fanbase, so my responsibility is to pay it forward by donating a portion of ticket sales and sales in general [to LGBTQ+ charities] and show up at Pride events,” she said in an interview with NME this past February. “Really, I’m here to give back all the energy that the queer community has given to me.”

@teampropeller You and your festie bestie could win a trip to meet @chappell roan at Bonnaroo. But a meet & greet with the Midwest Princess won’t be the only way you’ll be experiencing royalty. You’ll also get to experience the fest with the ROO WORKS ROYALTY package - complete with VIP Centeroo tickets, a luxurious Bell tent in the moon colony, your own personal golf cart chauffeur and more. Join us in taking action to support @Human Rights Campaign ♬ original sound - Propeller

At the end of her promotional video, Roan pointed out how timely her latest campaign is. 

“Pride Month is coming, right around the corner, and donating to this cause directly supports the queer community,” Roan said, blowing a kiss to the camera. “So you just have to tap the link to donate and enter!” 

How do I enter the contest? 

Fans have until Wednesday, May 29 to enter the contest, and the winner will be picked on Thursday, May 30. 

In addition to winning two four-day VIP tickets to Bonnaroo — which is held in Manchester, TN — the contest package comes with backstage access, a personal “golf cart chauffeur,” a Chappell Roan meet and greet, and complimentary roundtrip travel. 

Other artists set to perform at Bonnaroo include Reneé Rapp, Maggie Rogers, Post Malone, Megan Thee Stallion, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Diplo, and more. 

Fans can enter the contest in a multitude of ways: donating a dollar or more to the Human Rights Campaign (10 points per dollar), signing a petition against anti-LGBTQ+ legislation (25 points), or buying a Propeller Pride T-Shirt (500 points). 

The more points earned, the better chances of getting picked. 

After choosing a preferred entry method, users will be prompted to create a Propeller account. Upon returning to Roan’s charity page again, users can then click a “GET ENTRIES” button to turn their accumulated points into entries. 

As the Midwest Princess herself sings in her latest hit single: “Good luck, babe!”

Header images courtesy of Team Propeller / TikTok

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