Win tickets to Snowboard Films and live music at Summit Music Hall

If you are interested in both snow sports and live music -- and let's face it: If you're reading this, you live in Colorado -- you could do no better than stopping by any of the Snowboard Films premieres at Summit Music Hall throughout the month, for free. Hosted by Snowboard Colorado magazine, each night features the world debut of two films accompanied by live music from a local band and a generous amount of free giveaways at the local venue. Keep reading for the full details and instructions on how to enter.

The full film lineup is below, though the musical guests for the later dates are still up in the air:

August 29:

Videograss's "The Darkside"
Videograss's "Enlighten"
The Bangshow's "Birds of a Shitfeather" Musical guest: Lords of Fuzz

September 5: Givins' Too" YES. Snowboards's "It's a Movie Too" Musical guests: Winter Woods and DJ Buncha Grief

September 12: Think Thank's "Mind the Video Man" Aunti.Radd's "MotherFalconShip"

September 19: Absinthe's "Resonance" Role Model's "One Mo Gain"

September 26: Standard Films's "2112" Chainsaw Productions's Shaun Palmer "The Miserable Champion"

To enter:

1. "Like" us on Facebook, which you can do right here. (Note: If you're already following us on Facebook, you're already eligible to enter; proceed to step two.)

2. Sign in to Livefyre with your Facebook account and then leave us a comment below with your name (the one that appears on your driver's license) and e-mail address (if your Facebook page doesn't have your contact info, so we can send you a note if you win), and then check back Friday morning to see if you've won, and then be prepared to pick up your tickets at our office on Friday afternoon. Good luck!

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