Contest: Win Tickets to Macadâmes at the Luckman Fine Arts Complex (Sept. 17, 2011)

There are a lot of spectacular concerts and theatrical presentations going on this year (and 2012) at the Luckman Fine Arts Complex and it all kicks off this Saturday, Sept. 17. with the French theatre collective, Macadâmes. Using elements of mime, clowning, acrobatics, object manipulation, theatre, music, and dance the group presents Chaussée Interdite Aux Piétons. This creation refers to the musicality of movement, the embodiment of sound, the chill of tragedy, and the sentiments of love; all delivered in an entirely universal physical language and movement vocabulary that is easily understood by everyone. Tickets to the show are $32.50 (including service fees) but thanks to the Luckman we have some free tickets to give away to this one-of-a-kind performance.

Here’s How You Win Tickets!

You must have a Twitter or Facebook to enter the contest. First make sure you’re following Grimy Goods on Twitter here and/or “like” our Facebook page here. We’ll pick winners at random on Thursday, Sept. 15. The winners will be direct messaged on Twitter or contacted below their contest entry comment on the Grimy Goods Facebook page. Winners will have until noon Friday, Sept. 16 to claim their win or the tickets will be forfeited. To increase your chances, enter the contest both ways!

Via Twitter: Let us know why you want these tickets! Send your Tweet to @GrimyGoods, mention Macadâmes @LuckmanArts and be sure to include the following hashtag in your Tweet: #ContestLFM. 

Via Facebook: just leave a comment on the Grimy Goods Facebook page  lettting us know why you want these tickets! Be sure to mention Macadâmes at the Luckman Fine Arts Complex so we know which contest you’re entering.

For more cool shows coming up at the Luckman Fine Arts Complex click here.  To enter other Grimy Goods contests, click here.


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