Reporting Leigh Ann Adam
Justin Bieber is coming to Dallas and the American Airlines Cenver on October 29th and tickets are what you would call, ‘hard to get.’ I don’t even have tickets. I tried buying them, no dice. I tried pulling every string I know how to pull and still I can’t get my hands on the tickets. I am even a part of the Justin Bieber fan club now because they had a ticket giveaway, still I will not be going. But there will be one little girl going to the concert that didn’t think she’d be able to, thanks to the kindness of two strangers.
Emma Routh is a 7-year-old with a rare blood disease and a huge fan of Justin Bieber. But Emma’s family couldn’t afford tickets to the show. Now two little girls who saw Emma’s story on Facebook decided to make a strangers day. Dawson Beaty and her friend Smantha Brown decided to donate their tickets to Emma so that she could attend the concert in Dallas later this month. The two girls live over 100 miles from Emma and her family and have never met. Both of the girl’s mothers supported the donation.
“I wanted to go to the Justin Bieber concert, but she really wanted to go, so I let her have my Justin Bieber concert tickets,” Dawson told WFAA.
I’m thrilled Emma will get to go. I think we should all tweet Justin and let him know what Dawson and Samantha did and tell him he need to hook them up with tickets.