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Win tix to see A Place to Bury Strangers in Aspen


What are you doing this weekend? Really? Again? How do you feel about heading up Aspen? The X-Games are going on up there, you know? And check this out: We've got a pair of tickets to go see A Place to Bury Strangers at the Belly Up. If you said, meh, you must've been on either bed rest or house arrest last year when these cats played the Larimer. Devastating. Also, did we mention that the tix give you VIP seating with bottle service. (We're not fancy pants enough to tell you exactly what "bottle service" means, but we hear it involves free drinks!) Pretty rad, eh? The party's being hosted by a couple of professional snowboarders named Louie Vitto and Frank Montoya, the latter of which will be behind the decks alongside DJ Concise. Oh, and the prize pack will also includes a pair of DVDs (College and The Rocker) and clothing/accessories from Dunkelvolk Clothing. To enter, all you need to do is build a scale model of the Empire State Building out of match sticks. On your lunch hour. Nah! Just kidding. Just hit us up here and we'll pick two winners at random on Friday morning.

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