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Win Two Tickets for
Vance Joy at The Tabernacle

Saturday, March 19th

After wrapping up his tour in support of Taylor Swift, Vance Joy is headlining shows across North America before returning to his native Australia next month. He’s sold out shows across the country, including the upcoming Atlanta show at The Tabernacle.But you’ve got a shot at being there. Invite friends to  enter also (if you tell them they need to invite you if they win…well that’s your business).

Vance’s monster single Riptide went double platinum in the U.S. (and did even better elsewhere) and bolted the once aspiring attorney to international musical stardom. (Vance Joy’s real name is James Keogh; “Vance Joy” was lifted from a character — a “storyteller and a crazy old man” — in Bliss, a novel by famous Australian author Peter Carey.)

Win Two Tickets for
The Wombats at The Loft

Sunday, November 29th

The Wombats’ tour in support of their album Glitterbug includes just 15 U.S. cities and lasts less than four weeks — don’t miss out! This indie band from Liverpool’s popularity has been soaring on the strength of tracks like Your Body is a Weapon, Greek Tragedy, and Give Me a Try. Royal Teeth is an American indie pop band from Lafayette and Baton Rouge, Louisiana, formed in 2010. They rock. Check out their tune Wild (soundcloud widget below).

If you haven’t been to The Loft, this is a great opportunity to experience one of Atlanta’s best venues!
You can also buy tickets to the show here.

Win Two Tickets to The B-52s
at The Fabulous Fox Theatre

Friday, October 30th

The Fox Theatre presents The B-52s Halloween Scream, a rollicking All Hallows Eve show in the inimitable B-52s style. Costumes, glitter, and dancing shoes will be encouraged as the B-52s bring their live dance party back to their home state for the biggest Halloween event of the year.

MusicLoon is giving away a pair of tickets (Orchestra row N, right center) to one winner. Tin roof, rusted. Good Luck!

Win Two Tickets to The Struts’ SOLD OUT show at The Earl

with Karma Killers

Monday, October 19

Meet your next favorite band! The Struts are taking North America by storm and are making their first ever visit to Atlanta. The UK band has been a well kept secret in the British Isles until this past summer when they released their EP Have You Heard in the U.S. Their single Could Have Been Me has amassed over 4 million Spotify plays. The Struts have sold out shows across the U.S. and those lucky – or foresighted – enough to have tickets to their show at the cozy Earl will be bragging about that for years to come!

Win Two Tickets to The Neighbourhood’s SOLD OUT show at Masquerade

with Bad Suns | HUNNY

Saturday, September 26

The Neighbourhood returns to Atlanta along with fellow Southern California bands Bad Suns and HUNNY. Two years ago NBHD rocked Music Midtown on Saturday afternoon and last year blew it up in Masquerade’s back yard. Now they’re back with their new album Wiped Out! and (soon to be) hit single RIP2MyYouth (here’s the video). Bad Suns is no stranger to ATL having played Heaven with New Politics last year. They also sold out Vinyl this past February and kicked off the Park Tavern / 105.7 Sunday free concert series in April. Welcome back fellas! Check out their video for Cardiac Arrest.

Win Two-Day Passes for Music Midtown!

Piedmont Park

Friday, September 18 & Saturday, September 19

Music Midtown returns to Piedmont Park with another great lineup. Among the 30 bands and artists that will appear on three stages there will be something for everyone. Whether its ‘long-established’ acts like Elton John and Van Halen, newer but well-established stars like Drake and Sam Smith, or the couple of dozen others to see like Hozier, Vance Joy, and Kodaline. Enter now. Win tix. Be there!!

Win Two Tickets for Alabama Shakes!

Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre

Friday August 21, 2015

Alabama Shakes exploded on the scene with their 2012 debut album ‘Boys & Girls’. That effort earned them three Grammy nominations including a nod for Best New Artist. The gold-certified album’s breakthrough paved the way for the Shakes to become one of the most celebrated live acts in the world, as they delivered unforgettable performances everywhere from Saturday Night Live to the main stages of such festivals as Bonnaroo and Glastonbury.

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