Contest: Win Tickets to Horse Feathers at the Echo – December 11, 2012

Win Tickets to Horse Feathers at the Echo – December 11, 2012

Horse Feathers are coming to the Echo on Tuesday, December 11. Horse Feathers is the brain child of singer-songwriter Justin Ringle. Much like other great artists of the same genre (Iron and Wine, Bright Eyes, etc.), using a moniker allows Ringle to have multiple musicians aid in bringing his art to the next level while still having the option to rotate members based on the specific needs of the song. The resulting tracks feel just right, never too busy or too dull. The band and it’s current lineup are touring in support of their new album “Cynic’s New Year”. Additional acts playing are Frank Fairfield & The Cerny Brothers.

Tickets are $10 – $12 (not including any fee’s), the show is 18+ and doors open at 8 PM. Enter the contest below for a chance to win a pair of tickets, courtesy of our friends at the Echo.

CONTEST DETAILS:

First make sure you’re following Grimy Goods on Twitter here and/or “like” our Facebook page here. Next, email ggcontests@gmail.com with your full name for guest list and a clever reason why you want a pair of tickets to Horse Feathers at the Echo! When you’re done with your email, send us a Tweet so we know you entered the contest or you can post on our Facebook wall. We’ll select a winner that has done all of the above mentioned. Winners will be announced via email, Facebook and Twitter on Friday, Dec 07. Winners will have until 10am Saturday, Dec 08 to reply back to our email and confirm their win.

TWEET: Hey @GrimyGoods, I entered your contest for tickets to Horse Feathers (@krshorsenews) at @theEchoLA! #ContestHF

FACEBOOK: Just leave a comment on our wall lettting us know you entered our contest for tickets to Horse Feathers at the Echo

 

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

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