Contest: Win Tickets to Keep Shelly in Athens at The Roxy (Nov. 8, 2011)

Keep Shelly in Athens (KSiA) are the hottest duo duo out of Greece and probably a band you have yet to give a listen. Radiating all the sonic bliss that you would expect from a proper down-tempo, ambient ensemble, KSiA are a new band you need to get hip to asap.

Grimy Goods has teamed up with Gorilla vs. Bear to present Keep Shelly in Athens on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2011. at The Roxy. Tickets to the show are $15 via TicketWeb. Supporting acts: Kisses, Pyramids. We’re going to award a couple winners with some free tickets to this amazing show. Enter the contest below to score yourself a pair!

RSVP to this show via Facebook here!

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 on Monday night, Nov. 7.  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 Tuesday, Nov. 8 to claim their win or the tickets will be forfeited. To increase your chances, enter the contest both ways!

Via Twitter:  Tweet us a message telling us why you want to win! Send your Tweet to @GrimyGoods, mention @keepshellyinath and be sure to include the following hashtag in your Tweet: #ContestKSiA.

Via Facebook: Just leave a comment on the Grimy Goods Facebook page telling us why we should hook you up with these tickets!  Also, be sure to mention Keep Shelly in Athans at The Roxy so we know which contest you’re entering!

For more cool shows coming up at the El Rey Theatre click here.  To enter other Grimy Goods contests, click here.

Download “DIY” below!

Keep Shelly In Athens, “DIY” by The FADER

Stream their new song “Lazy Noon” below.

Keep Shelly in Athens – Lazy Noon by Keep Shelly in Athens

One thought on “Contest: Win Tickets to Keep Shelly in Athens at The Roxy (Nov. 8, 2011)

  1. s

    Caught their first show in London at Madame JoJo’s a fair few months back, really good gig although session instrumentalists kind of changed the sound. Definately wish them all the success they deserve.

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