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Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Win tickets to 'Shrek'

Posted By on Wed, Oct 19, 2011 at 11:58 AM

Arkansas Times Shrek contest image
  • Brian Chilson
  • Know where this is? Try some more below to win tickets to see 'Shrek.'

Enter to win tickets to see "Shrek the Musical," which comes to Robinson Center Music Hall Oct. 28-30. Win a family 4-pack and a chance to get tickets to the "Shrek the Musical" cast party by simply identifying where Shrek's been hanging out in Little Rock in the images on the jump.

Seven correct answers gets you entered into the drawing for a family 4-pack. Answer all 10 and get in the drawing for the cast party plus a family 4-pack. One winner will be chosen for the cast party and four will be chosen for the family 4-pack out of correct entries.

Email answers to tiffany@arktimes.com with "Shrek the Musical promotion" as the subject. Deadline for entry is Wednesday, Oct. 26.

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