Win Tickets to Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness at the Fonda Theatre

Andrew McMahon Press Photo

Andrew McMahon, vocalist/pianist/songwriter of Jack’s Mannequin and Something Corporate fame, brings his new solo project, Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness to the Fonda Theatre on Wednesday, October 15th. Expect to hear all new songs from his self-titled debut which is scheduled for release just one day prior, October 14th, on Vanguard Records/Crush Music.  Peep the video for single, “Cecilia and the Satellite,” and get ready for a moving night of music! Supporting acts are Los Angeles indie-rock duo Hunter Hunted and NYC’s indie pop duo Junior Prom.

Tickets are priced starting at $32.50, show starts at 7:30 pm, and the event is all ages. You can purchase tickets or try and win a pair of tickets with us by entering the contest below!



First make sure you’re following Grimy Goods on Twitter here and/or “like” our Facebook page here. Next, email with your full name for guest list and a clever reason why you want a pair of tickets to Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness at The Fonda Theatre. 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 Monday, October 13th. Winners will have until 10am Tuesday, October 14th to reply back to our email and confirm their win.

TWEET:  Hey @GrimyGoods I wanna win tix to @andrewmcmachon w/ @HunterHunted123 on Oct. 15 at @FondaTheatre!

FACEBOOK: Just leave a comment on our wall letting us know you entered our contest for tickets to Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness at The Fonda Theatre on October 15!

Enter more Grimy Goods contest giveaways!

Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness – Cecilia and the Satellite


Hunter Hunted – Keep Together


Junior Prom – Sheila Put The Knife Down

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