Contest: Win Tickets to Lights with Arkells at the Fonda Theatre – Oct. 28, 2012

Canadian electropop songstress Valerie Poxleitner, also known as LIGHTS, is taking the stage at the Fonda Theatre this Sunday, October 28. In 2009, she won the Juno Award for New Artist of the Year. Her full-length album Siberia has been praised by many critics and has also received a nomination for a Juno Award for Best Pop Album of the Year. She’s set to release an acoustic version of the album either late this year or early next year. This Sunday, you’ll get a chance to experience this lady’s grit-pop magic along with fellow Canadians, rock band Arkells who will support.

Tickets to the show are $26.00, including  service fees and the show is all ages. Doors are at 7pm.  Enter our contest to win a pair! We have some tickets to give away courtesy of our friends at Goldenvoice.

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 Friday, October 26. 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 10 a.m. Saturday, October 27  to claim their win or the tickets will be forfeited. To increase your chances, enter the contest both ways!

Via Twitter: Why should we hook you up with tickets! Send your Tweet to “Hey @GrimyGoods!” mention “@lights @arkellsmusic @FondaTheatre” and be sure to include the following hashtag in your Tweet: #ContestLIGHTS

Via Facebook: Why should we hook you up with tickets! Leave a comment on the Grimy Goods Facebook page with your entry. Be sure to mention LIGHTS at the Fonda so we know which contest you’re entering!

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

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