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Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Win Tickets to Forrest Day's Headlining Show at Slim's on Thursday

Posted By on Wed, Sep 8, 2010 at 3:58 PM

Forrest Day at the first of three sets he played at SF Weekly's All Shook Down Music Festival in July. - CALIBREE PHOTOGRAPHY
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  • Forrest Day at the first of three sets he played at SF Weekly's All Shook Down Music Festival in July.
We were flabbergasted by the sweat-drenched funk/hip-hop/jazz performance Forrest Day gave at our All Shook Down Festival this past July -- right up until the point where the exhausted but unstoppable Day passed out onstage mid-song. Thankfully, Day quickly recovered and is back doing his live hip-hop-band thing. In fact, he's got a headlining slot this Thursday at Slim's, and we've got two tickets to the show that we'd love to give away to a lucky reader. If you want to witness what Day can do to an audience, just write us at Ian.Port [at] SFWeekly [dot] com and tell us the best show you saw in the Bay Area this summer -- who, where, and why. Put "Forrest Day" in the subject line of your e-mail. We'll announce the winning answer tomorrow on All Shook Down, based on the lucidity/humor/ridiculousness of the replies we get -- not whether we happen to agree. So put on your word-findin' cap, because a little bit of creativity could earn you free tickets to see Forrest Day tomorrow night.

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