Win tickets to Westword's Artopia 2012

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On Saturday, February 18, Artopia will fill five SoCo venues with work from some of Denver's best visual artists, local fashion, culinary creations and specialty cocktails mixed exclusively for Artopia attendees.

Tickets for this mid-winter festival of the arts range between $20 and $35. But this week you can snag yourself a free pair of Artopia tickets if you're feeling creative. Details are below.

CONTEST RULES: To win a free pair of tickets to Westword's Artopia 2012, leave a comment below telling us what you think the city and county of Denver can to do support the arts more. The best comment will get the tickets. Make sure you leave an e-mail address somewhere in your comment in order to be entered to win.

We'll notify the winner via e-mail on Friday, February 3. And if you didn't win, here's where to buy tickets.

Tickets are $20 through February 1 and will go up from there. Buy Westword Artopia 2012 tickets.

More about Westword's Artopia 2012:

This year's entertainment will showcase an eclectic mix of artists, musicians and performers including BLKHRTS, Churchill, Danielle Ate the Sandwich, Flashlights, Spires, Yo Soy Sauce, CacheFlowe, DJ Boyhollow, DJ Ivy, Cora Vette, Greth David Ligon, Hermann West, the Ladies Fancywork Society, Orange Peel Moses, Phil Bender, Slam NubaSlam Nuba, Sven Jorgensen and more!

Enjoy Westword's sixteenth annual celebration of the arts with interactive features and fashion shows, shop the marketplace and witness the big reveal of this year's class of MasterMinds. The MasterMind Awards, presented by Metro State College of Denver, honors individuals and small organizations for their creativity and contributions to Denver's artistic landscape.

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