Monday, June 25, 2012

Win a pair of tickets to see Nada Surf

Posted By on Mon, Jun 25, 2012 at 10:59 AM

Heres your chance to win tickets to see Nada Surf Wednesday night at Juanitas.
  • Here's your chance to win tickets to see Nada Surf Wednesday night at Juanita's.

UPDATE: Congrats to Rock Candy reader Chassity Jordan, who just won two tickets to see Nada Surf, as well as a copy of the band's latest CD. Thanks to everyone who entered.

Wanna win a pair of tickets to see Nada Surf Wednesday at Juanita's? Well pardner, just shoot an email to robertbell@arktimes.com containing your name and address and "NADA SURF TICKETS" in the subject line by noon tomorrow and you'll be entered.

I'll announce the winner on the blog tomorrow afternoon. The winner's tickets will be held at will-call and that lucky individual will also be mailed a CD copy of Nada Surf's latest, "The Stars Are Indifferent to Astronomy."

Disclaimers and whatnot: No Arkansas Times or Juanita's employees past or present are eligible. If you win, please don't scalp the tickets. That is uncool behavior. We go by the Honor System around here, alright? Alright.

Good luck!

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