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Friday, April 8, 2011

Win Tickets to TV on the Radio April 30 at the Independent

Posted By on Fri, Apr 8, 2011 at 8:42 AM

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Ladies and gentlemen, it is true: We have a pair of tickets to give away to TV on the Radio's show April 30 May 10* at the Independent. You know you want to go. And if you don't, well, let us just say that we saw them at SXSW (brag alert!) and you want to go. The band is touring in support of its new album Nine Types of Light, which, well, yeah... So click on to learn how to get tickets to what will very likely be a sold-out show.

We're going to make this real simple: Leave a comment below telling us why you want to go. Badly. Tell us what you like (or love!) about TV on the Radio. Tell us why you are worthy. We'll pick the best comment posted by 8 p.m. Thursday, April 21, and give that person the tickets to TV on the Radio's April 30 show at the Independent. (FYI: Tickets for the show go on sale today at noon.)

Note: To win our contest, you must put your real email address in the comment login below. Otherwise we can't contact you to get you the tickets. That make sense? Now, let the contest begin:

*Note: Due to the death of bassist/keyboardist Gerard Smith, TV on the Radio's S.F. shows have been postponed to May 9 and 10.

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