LONDON Park Estate warden Melanie Wrigley, 41, applied for tickets to treat some of the special local children.
Melanie, of Almondbury, was impressed that more than 40 children from the Mirfield estate took part in a charity walk for Wooden Spoon, which helps under-privileged youngsters.
They raised £240 and Melanie thought they deserved a reward.
She said: "The estate has a bad reputation, but 99% of the people who live there are great and just want to get on with their everyday lives.
"The children are brilliant and the ones who went on the walk deserve a thank you and this is the perfect way.
"We are going to draw names out of a hat to choose which kids to take to the concert."