Going to a Justin Timberlake concert isn't cool. You know what's cool? Spending $2,500 to watch the show with the chair of the House Rules Committee, Rep. Pete Sessions (R-Texas).
Sessions is likely looking ahead to November with his unique fundraiser, when he will have to face the winner of a May 22 runoff between Department of Agriculture official Lillian Salerno and former NFL linebacker Colin Allred. His "amazing fundraiser" will be held on March 18 at Timberlake's show at the Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C., Politico reports. Mark your calendars!
If you'd rather not empty your wallet go to a Timberlake concert with the 62-year-old Texan, tickets are still available in the "cheap seats" starting at $83. See the invitation to attend with Sessions via Politico, here.