Win a chance to see Portugal. the Man in San Francisco

by Cassady Craighill

October 31, 2013


Ships have always been a big part of Greenpeace history, and no ship has been involved with that history more than theRainbow Warrior.

Greenpeaces newest version of the ship will be visiting the west coast of the United States this fall, helping to spread the word about the organizations mission, and opening her doors for the public to take a look around.

We’ve invitedPortugal. The Manto perform at the ship while shes in San Francisco to bring more attention to our Save The Arctic campaign. And are offering one lucky winner and a friend the chance to come and hang out with band and watch them perform.


The timing couldnt be more important. 28 Greenpeace activists are currently in a Russia prison for standing their ground to protect the Arctic. They were there to raise awareness around dangerous Arctic drilling. Through this campaign you can help raise awareness too.

Join more 4 million others bysigning the petitionto protect the frozen north and you’ll be entered to win a trip to catch an intimate performance with Portugal. The Man at the Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior in San Francisco, CA.

Package includes:

– Roundtrip travel for you and a friend to San Francisco, CA

– Witness an intimate performance from Portugal. The Man at the Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior

– Meet the band

– 2 nights hotel accommodations

– More to be announced!

Enter now for your chance to see Portugal. the Man, the legendaryRainbow Warrior and visit San Francisco!

Cassady Craighill

By Cassady Craighill

Cassady is a media officer for Greenpeace USA based on the East Coast. She covers climate change and energy, particularly how both issues relate to the Trump administration.

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