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Jack Johnson Fans Receive Free Concert Tickets For Beach Clean Up

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On May 24, Jack Johnson will take over the Santa Monica Pier to promote the release of his latest album To The Sea and raise awareness for the environmental organization Heal The Bay. Previously, free concert tickets were up for grabs for the first 2000 people to commit to a 2-hour beach cleanup on May 22.

Those who missed out on the volunteer signup can still win tickets through May 23 by following @jackjohnson and @brushfire on Twitter. Additionally, Johnson encourages fans to join Heal the Bay in their efforts to keep California beaches free of garbage by participating in the organization’s monthly cleanup programs.

To The Sea, which will be released on June 1, was recorded at the Mango Tree in Hawaii and the Solar Powered Plastic Plant in Los Angeles—both solar-powered studios. The Santa Monica Pier concert kicks off Johnson’s summer tour. As with the 2008 tour, Jack Johnson will once again donate 100% of his 2010 tour profits to charity.

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