Tickets to the London installment of Live 8, the series of international concerts organized by Bob Geldof and aimed at promoting awareness of poverty in Africa before July's G8 summit, will be distributed through the text lottery.
For a chance at one of the 66,500 pairs of tickets, individuals can text in the answer to a single question, which asks which of three cities — Berlin, Moscow or Edinburgh — are closest to the site of July's G8 summit. The deadline for applications is midnight on June 12, and participants must be British residents.
Sophie O'Kelly, 23, said she entered the lottery once Monday morning.
"The question was really easy," she said. "I might enter once more."
While the concert tickets are free, entering the lottery is not. Each text submission costs $2.70.