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Thursday, June 21, 2012

Win Tickets to See Stripmall Architecture, Warm Soda, and Will Sprott at the Indy This Saturday

Posted By on Thu, Jun 21, 2012 at 12:26 PM


If you haven't heard, All Shook Down (the music blog your eyes are trained on this very moment) and SF Weekly are presenting a show with three excellent local bands this Saturday at the Independent. We're so excited for Stripmall Architecture's sleazy synth-pop, Warm Soda's sprightly guitar anthems, and the restless folk-rock of Will Sprott that we're gonna give away a pair of tickets to one lucky All Shook Down reader. Hit the jump for instructions on how to win free entry to the show, and after that, check out a trove of info on the artists we've got playing...

Here's how to enter to win the tickets:

1. Like us on Facebook. You can do that right here:

2. Go to our Facebook page, which you now like, and leave a persuasive, funny, creative comment telling us why YOU should be the one to win the pair of tickets.

3. Wait patiently until tomorrow (Friday) afternoon around 2 p.m., when we will choose and announce a winner. (And if you participate, check your Facebook messages!) If you're the lucky one, you will get two tickets to this Saturday's show.

So enter away! And while you're at it, check out:

* Stripmall Architecture on Its NSFW Make-Out Video, Having Dead Milkmen for Fans, and Its Show This Saturday

* Hear a New Song From Warm Soda Ahead of Their SF Weekly-Presented Show This Saturday

* Come See Stripmall Architecture, Warm Soda, and Will Sprott at the Indy

* Watch: Happy Hour Gets Very NSFW in Stripmall Architecture's Video for "Dusk Drinks"

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