Beastie Boys help girls rock

The Beastie Boys have donated a signed set of the Beastie Boys action figures to an auction benefitting the Willie Mae Rock Camp for Girls, a non-profit organization that offers girls aged 8-18 the chance to learn how to play musical instruments, write songs, perform, and learn about different kinds of music.

The action figures -- probably the most coveted Beastie Boys collectible -- will be auctioned at the organization's second annual Rock n' Roll Benefit Concert and Auction at the Bowery Ballroom in New York on January 23. Tickets to the event are $50 and may be purchased at


12:22 PM Anonymous said...

Can you bid on the figures without attending the concert?

1:42 PM Hot Sauce said...

I dunno. It's a private fundraising event. If you really wanted to bid without attending the concert/auction, you could probably contact the organization and make a special request.

What's a $50 ticket if you're willing to drop more than a thousand dollars on the figures? A signed set of figures is sure to go for more than $1000. I could see them going for several thousand dollars at an event like this.

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