Blink-182 rocker Tom Delonge is giving fans the chance to own the band's first ever gig set list by selling it via his wife's new iPhone app.
The star is helping his spouse, Jennifer, launch the new Reissued program, which allows users to trade memorabilia, by offering up a number of collectibles from the All the Small Things hitmakers' early days.
The collection includes the colourful, hand drawn setlist, handwritten lyrics to the group's 1994 song Carousel, classic tour posters and other items, each autographed by DeLonge and priced at $499 (£294).
Alerting fans to the sale via Twitter.com, he writes, "My first set list as a limited-edition art piece on @Reissued (the app) with many other Blink-182 Archived items! Now".
Proceeds from the sale will be donated to the Rady Children's Hospital in San Diego, California.
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