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Friday, September 9, 2011

Win Tickets to See Bob Mould in Conversation with Shepard Fairey at Herbst Theatre

Posted By on Fri, Sep 9, 2011 at 3:11 PM

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And now for something a little different: Later this month, the esteemed Noise Pop organization is teaming up with City Arts and Lectures for what sounds to us like a freaking awesome conversation:

Bob Mould interviewed by Shepard Fairey.

Yep, that's the Bob Mould -- most notably of punk legends Hüsker Dü, but also a DJ, writer, gay icon, and San Francisco resident. And that's Shepard Fairey, OBEY creator, artist, and designer of the indelible Obama Hope poster.

They're getting together for a chat at Herbst Theatre on Sept. 20. And we have two tickets to give away to a lucky All Shook Down reader.

Want to win? Here's what you have to do to enter:

1. Like us on Facebook:

2. Leave a comment below telling us, briefly, why you want to hear Mould and Fairey talk. Which of these chaps are you most interested in? Why? You don't have to write a novel, but please give us some idea of what this might mean to you. (Note: Please sign in to Disqus with a valid email address or with some social networking login, so that we have a way to contact you if you've won. We swear we won't contact you for any other reason, even if you're really, really hot.)

We'll announce the winners next Tuesday on this blog. Good luck!

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