Monday, April 29, 2013

Win a pair of tickets to see Brit Floyd at Verizon Arena

Posted By on Mon, Apr 29, 2013 at 12:54 PM

The Times is giving away two tickets to see Brit Floyd, Tuesday at Verizon Arena pic
  • The Times is giving away two tickets to see Brit Floyd, Tuesday at Verizon Arena.


UPDATE: Congrats to Rock Candy reader Jamie Patrick, who won two tickets to see
Brit Floyd Tuesday at Verizon Arena. Tickets are available here.

OK, Floyd freaks, we've got a pair of tickets to give away to Tuesday's Brit Floyd show at Verizon Arena. One of the most widely acclaimed Pink Floyd tribute acts in the world will be performing five albums in their entireties, and you could win two tickets.

All you need to do is email me (robert bell at arktimes dot com) with "BRIT FLOYD" in the subject line by noon on Monday, April 29 and you'll be entered in our drawing. I'll draw the winning name that afternoon. Sound good? Cool. Good luck!

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