For those out there who haven’t heard of the Los Angeles band, The Entrance Band, you’ve been missing out on a gem. The band resembles the seductive sounds of 1960’s bands such as Jefferson Airplane, Pink Floyd, and The Doors. Hardly any vocals are heard by vocalist Guy Blakeslee, but that isn’t necessary when your ears are seduced by Derek James’ epic guitar solos and the paced Paz Lenchantin on drums as heard on the track “Summertime”. So if you have nothing to do on New Years Eve or if you just want to listen to some true psychedelic sounds join the band at The Satellite on Tuesday, December 31. This band will not only soothe your ears, but the gentle droning sounds of the music they create will help soothe your soul.
Tickets are $12-15, doors open at 8:30 PM, show starts at 9 PM and the event is 21 and over. You can click here to purchase tickets or try and win a pair of tickets with us by entering the contest below courtesy of the Satellite and Grimy Goods!
First make sure you’re following Grimy Goods on Twitter here and/or “like” our Facebook page here. Next, email email@example.com with your full name for guest list and a clever reason why you want a pair of tickets to The Entrance Band at The Satellite. 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 Wednesday, December 25. Winners will have until 10am Thursday, October 26 to reply back to our email and confirm their win.
TWEET: Hey @GrimyGoods I wanna win tickets to @theEntranceBand’s New Year’s Eve celebration at @TheSatelliteLA! http://ow.ly/rXTzG
FACEBOOK: Just leave a comment on our wall letting us know you entered our contest for tickets to The Entrance Band at The Satellite on New Years Eve!
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