from the Foo Fighters’ Facebook:
Want a chance to win a pair of tickets to a secret Foo Fighters show happening on Tuesday, Dec 21st ?
Send an email to: email@example.com
Subject Title: Foo Fighters FREE SHOW
Include: Your legal name (first and last), contact email and phone number.
You and your guest must be able to be in the Los Angeles area on the evening of Tuesday, Dec. 21st
Winners will be chosen at random
One entry per person (Multiple entries will be disqualified)
Winners + their guests must be 21+ and must have government issued photo identification
Tickets are non transferable
There will be no hard tickets for this event
You and your guest must arrive, check in + enter the show together
The doors will open at 7pm. The show will go off at 9pm.
Be prepared to leave your cell phone, camera, any other recording devices in your car - because they won’t be allowed in.
No exceptions. So don’t ask.
Contest is open NOW and will close Monday, Dec 20th at 11:59pm (pst)
If you are chosen, you will be contacted via email with further details including location, no later than 2pm (pst) on Tuesday, Dec. 21st.
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