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Justin Bieber Performing Charity Show For Underprivileged Students

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Justin Bieber may not be old enough to go to college, but he’s performing a charity concert to help students who want to reach their own academic goals.

The College Track benefit concert will be held on June 11th at the Mountain Winery in Saratoga, California, with all proceeds going to benefit underprivileged high school students. The non-profit organization helps with after school programs to get students prepared for the application process, and even follows them into college to provide emotional support for the changes that come with a new environment.

Ticket prices range from $250 for FAN level seats, all the way up to $2,000 for the premium level, and all guests who attend are invited to join a pre and post concert reception that will include drinks, apps, and some yummy desserts along with a souvenir t-shirt!

Celebs have praised the Biebs for his involvement with the charity, as Ashton Kutcher took to his Twitter and wrote, “Hey Justin Bieber proud that you are playing a show for College Track. Good on you.”

Agreed, totally good on you Biebs!

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