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Tuesday, August 28, 2012

King Khan Would Like To Give You a Tarot Reading Before His S.F. Concert

Posted By on Tue, Aug 28, 2012 at 11:11 AM

This man will tell you the future.
  • This man will tell you the future.

King Khan, everyone's favorite body-fluid-obsessed, Berlin-based psych-soul misfit, is not content merely to come to play a show in San Francisco. Even when that show may involve antics that would cause all your mothers to weep. So before King Khan and the Shrines bring their hot-sauce-slingin', party-starting musical chaos to Great American Music Hall on Sept. 4, Khan is holding a contest for fans, the winner of which will get to have his Tarot cards read by the King himself.

Tarot and King Khan are not exactly a new pairing: Apparently the man used to have a column of sorts in a Portland paper. But this is King Khan's very first official Tarot-reading fan contest. Entry is easy: Simply send an email to info@gamh.com explaining why you want King Khan do your reading. Entries must be received by noon this Friday, Aug. 31.

Here's one idea: You could always write that you want your cards read by the man who held a condiment duel with Jesus:

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