Contest: Win Tickets to Bahamas with The Driftwood Singers at the Satellite – March 20, 2012

Songs about sunsets, love affairs, and making out with crooked smiles is what you’re going to get at a Bahamas concert. In fact, Afie Jurvanen isn’t from the tropical region either! Instead, the Finnish-Canadian from Barrie–a working class town in rural Ontario–decided to make his sweet tunes under the vacation spot moniker since 2009 and is ready to provide you with some flavorful tunes as he touches down upon L.A.’s own Satellite on Tuesday, March 20, 2012, performing tracks from his new album Barchords with opening act, The Driftwood Singers.

Tickets for the 21-and-over show are only $10! Doors open at 8:30 pm and all the magic starts at 9 pm with the festivities closing down at 2 am. Grimy Goods wants to hook you up with free tickets to the show, so enter the contest below for you chance to win!

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 Sunday, March 18. 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 10am Monday, March 19 to claim their win or the tickets will be forfeited. To increase your chances, enter the contest both ways!

Via Twitter: Tell us why we should hook you up with tickets! Be sure to send your Tweet to @GrimyGoods, mention @bahamasmusic and use the following hashtag: #ContestBahamas.

Via Facebook: Just leave a comment on the Grimy Goods Facebook page telling us why we should hook you up with tickets! Be sure to mention Bahamas at The Satellite so we know which contest you’re entering!

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

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