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Win Tickets to See Sigur Rós at The Greek On Oct. 2
Tickets for 89.9 KCRW's presentation of Sigur Rós on October 2nd at The Greek go on sale Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Lucky for you, LAist running a contest giving you a chance to win a pair of tickets to the show before tickets go on sale.
For past contests related to the Greek, we've asked you what to do in Los Feliz and what's so great about Griffith Park. In light of high gas prices and a public transportation surge, we're asking for your best Los Angeles related transportation tip outside the realm of cars. Whether it is walking, biking, taking the bus or train, tell us what you do to make traveling in this city work when car-less.
Here's how the contest works:
- Enter the contest by making a comment on this post (below). Comments must fit the criteria, stated below.
- The criteria of the comment/entry must be your best Los Angeles related transportation tip outside the realm of cars. Whether it is walking, biking, taking the bus or train, tell us what you do to make traveling in this city work when car-less. If you don't know the subject well, use the Internet.
- You may only enter once.
- The contest closes at 11:59:59 p.m. on Friday, June 27, 2008.
- Two winners will be selected at random to receive a pair of tickets and will be notified via the e-mail connected to their LAist.com login. They must confirm the receipt of the e-mail by 5:00 p.m., Monday, June 30, 2008 or the tickets will be released to another winner.
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