In Transylvania, Donating Blood Will Get You Concert Tickets The Romanian region is the home of Dracula, but less than 2 percent of the people donate blood.
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In Transylvania, Donating Blood Will Get You Concert Tickets

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In Transylvania, Donating Blood Will Get You Concert Tickets

In Transylvania, Donating Blood Will Get You Concert Tickets

In Transylvania, Donating Blood Will Get You Concert Tickets

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An electro-dance festival in Romania "vants to suck your blood."

Concert-goers will get free or discounted tickets for donating blood for transfusions.

Organizers aim to raise awareness about donating in a country where less than 2 percent of people give blood.

The Festival is being held in Transylvania, home of Dracula. Let's hope the Count doesn't make an appearance looking for music from the children of the night.