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Tuesday, June 16, 2009

The Times wants to give you a ticket to the American Idol concert

Posted By on Tue, Jun 16, 2009 at 2:14 PM

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So yesterday Alltel sent out a press release saying that tickets to American Idols Live! remain for shows in Memphis and Oklahoma, which means that the July 25 concert at Alltel is way sold out and the venue's hearing about it.

The Times is here to help. In “Idol” fashion, we're inviting readers to submit a video of them performing any one of the songs Kris Allen performed on “Idol.” At least one talented performer will win a pair of tickets to see the Idols live in concert (and maybe more if the talent pool bears it).

To enter, upload a video of yourself performing a Kris Allen song to any online service (YouTube, Vimeo, etc.) and send a link to me at lindsey@arktimes.com. Beyond singing the song, contestants are free to do anything they deem appropriate in the video. Deadline for entry is July 1. Soon thereafter, we'll post the top videos and let our readers, via online balloting, declare the winner.

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