Auctions & Raffles - Widespread Panic

Auctions & Raffles

Here you can keep up with various charity auctions and raffles featuring items donated by the band. Widespread Panic often donates items such as posters, tickets, and various other pieces of memorabilia to great causes.


  • The Daily Co-op Fundraising Raffle: Enter the raffle for a chance to win a 2016 Omaha Event Poster signed by all six members of the band. Entry deadline is June 30th, 2023 – more info.


  • Eighth graders at Asheville Middle School are holding a silent auction at the Great Eagle on January 15, 2023. Up for auction will be a 2019 Durham show poster signed by the band. The students are raising money for the students trip to Washington DC.
  • Signed and Framed Widespread Panic Event Poster from the 2019 Durham, NC shows. Poster design by JT Lucchesi.
  • Autographed Widespread Panic Washburn HB-35 Guitar
  • The Hunger Task Force is auctioning a pair of 3-Day passes to the band’s 2022 Milwaukee run at The Riverside Theater. Bidding ends October 13, 2022.
  • A Squire Bullet Strat by Fender is up for auction benefiting the Monsignor Donovan Catholic High School. This guitar was autographed by JB, Dave, Sunny, Jojo, Jimmy, and Todd.
  • Extra Special People (ESP) Silent Auction: Bid on a Widespread Panic drumhead signed by all six members of the band: John Bell, John Hermann, Jimmy Herring, Domingo Ortiz, Dave Schools, and Duane Trucks!
  • The Drive By Truckers HeAthens Homecoming auction benefiting Nuçi’s Space: Featuring a Chuck Sperry designed 11″x13″ screen print signed by all six members of Widespread Panic. Bidding ends March 6, 2022.
  • Extra Special People’s annual Big Hearts auction will have a show poster and drum head, both signed by the members of Widespread Panic up for auction on February 5th, 2023.
  • The Madison Oglethorpe Animal Shelter will have a signed 2014 Seattle show poster signed by the band up for auction at this year’s Bark & Wine event at Smithonia Farm on March 11, 2023. More information about the event at


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