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Atlantic Station’s H&M is giving away Coachella tickets to one lucky, generous customer

Still don’t have Coachella tickets? H&M could save the day for one music fan with a closet full of old clothes.

Lady Gaga replaces Beyonce in Coachella lineup

By simply bringing in your unwanted clothes to the H& M at Atlantic Station, you can qualify for their Coachella ticket giveaway, according to an announcement on Atlantic Station’s Instagram and Twitter this afternoon. The music and arts festival will feature acts like Lady Gaga, Future, Bastille and more from April 14-16 and April 21-23 at the Empire Polo Grounds in Indio, California.

The company has no requirements for the contest beyond donating clothing, and the contest period has not been announced as of yet, said Liz Maddux, spokeswoman for Atlantic Station.

The company’s garment recycling initiative began in 2013, according to H& M’s website. Since launching the recycling effort, H&M customers and franchises have helped collect 32,000 tons of recycled garments − that’s enough fabric for 100 million t-shirts.

So, gather your old Calvin Klein jeans or even those oversized basketball jerseys you’ll never wear, again, because they could just be your ticket to a music-filled weekend in California.

For more on the contest, visit Atlantic Station’s website.

See the 90s-themed lineup for Atlantic Station’s free outdoor movies

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