VAN HALEN's HAGAR Extends Invitation To Exclusive CABO WABO MELTDOWN
VAN HALEN frontman Sammy Hagar and the TJ Martell Foundation have teamed up to offer one lucky bidder and guest a chance to party with Hagar at his Cabo Wabo club in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. "The Cabo Wabo Meltdown 2004" is up for grabs via the TJ Martell web site auction on eBay until Saturday, July 31 at 6:00 p.m. PDT, and includes such perks as two by-invitation-only tickets to the biggest party south of the border, three days/two nights hotel accommodations (junior suite/ocean view) from October 8-10 and a signed bottle of Cabo Wabo tequila from Sammy. Past performers at the Meltdown include SMASHMOUTH, Tommy Lee (MÖTLEY CRÜE), Chad Smith (RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS), Jerry Cantrell (ALICE IN CHAINS) and, of course, SAMMY HAGAR AND THE WABORITAS. Proceeds from the auction benefit the TJ Martell Foundation for leukemia, cancer and AIDS research.
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