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Win tix to see DeVotchKa at Red Rocks with the Colorado Symphony and Airborne Toxic Event

Update: Congratulations to our winners: Rodney Allen Wallace, Holley Anver and Greg Peters. Please check you email for information on how to pick up the tickets.

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Okay, speaking from experience, having seen Colorado's most exotic band once upon a time at Red Rocks on a cool September evening not all that long ago, this will surely be an extraordinary night to remember -- the highlight of the fall, if we may be so bold. And we may, considering that DeVotchKa will be joined at Red Rocks by the Colorado Symphony Orchestra and sharing a bill with the Airborne Toxic Event. Clear your schedule: The date is Thursday, September 20, and we'd like you and a guest to be our guests. Oh, and the seats are front row. Interested? Thought so. Keep reading for more details on how you can win.

See also: - DeVotchKa's Nick Urata on the band's cinematic approach to songwriting - The members of DeVotchKa found success by following their own muse

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 next Friday, September 14 to see if you've won. Good luck!



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