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Win Tix to Monsters of Folk feat. Mike Mogis, Conor Oberst, M. Ward, & Jim James
The supergroup that is Monsters of Folk are playing the Greek Theatre this Sunday, when the weather is predicted to be clear and in the high 70s. And that's good news when Jim James from My Morning Jacket, Conor Oberst and Mike Mogis from Bright Eyes and M. Ward of She & Him take the stage. The band formed in 2004, but it was just last month when they released their first eponymously-named album.
To celebrate the band's album release, we're giving away three pairs of tickets (if you need tickets stat, you can also buy tickets here). To enter, comment below, sharing your favorite music concert memory from the summer (if you didn't have one, then just dream one up). Full details of the contest are below.
- Enter the contest by making a comment on this post. Comments must fit the criteria, stated below.
- The criteria of the comment is that you share a favorite music concert memory from this past summer (and if you didn't see any concerts, make one up!).
- Only one entry per person allowed.
- Comments will be accepted through Thursday, October 15th, 11:59:59 p.m.
- A qualifying comment will be chosen at random and that winner will be notified via the e-mail connected to their LAist.com login. The winner must confirm the receipt of the e-mail by 12:00:00 p.m., Friday, October 16th, 2009 or the tickets will be released to another winner.
- A pair of tickets will either be held at will call
Good luck and enjoy the show!
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