Madison Concert Ticket Giveaway: Hellyeah & Clutch

Hellyeah

Clutch

Next Tuesday (April 24, 2012), the walls of The Barrymore Theatre will rattle as the venue hosts the hard rocking metal sounds of Hellyeah and Clutch.  Wanna be our guest?  Read on to find out how you can enter to win a pair of tickets!

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Frank Productions and True Endeavors present

HELLYEAH & CLUTCH with KYNG and MonstrO

Barrymore Theatre – 7pm – $27.50 ADV $30 DOS – General Admission – All Ages

WIN A PAIR OF TICKETS:  Clutch’s 1995 song “Animal Farm” shares a title with author George Orwell’s famous novella.  What’s your favorite musical literary reference?  It could be anything— a lyric, a song or album title, band name, or even a venue!

Please have your responses posted by Sunday, April 22, 2012 at 6pm.  A winner will be chosen and notified shortly thereafter.  Good luck!

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Related Content: Live Madison Concert Video & Photos: The Damned Things At The Annex, 02.03.11

4 Responses

  1. Actually, taken from the same namesake… “Animals” by Pink Floyd referencing the very same “Animal Farm” by George Orwell

  2. Jefferson Airplane’s “White Rabbit.” Anyone heard the sweet Grace Potter cover of this??

  3. “Twas in the darkest steps of Mordor
    I met a girl so fair.
    But Gollum and the Evil One
    Crept up and slipped away with her.”

    Led Zepplin’s “Ramble On”….only one of Led Zepplin’s many Hobbit and Lord of the Rings references….

  4. Congrats Nikki! You’re on our list +1!

    Thanks to all who entered—stay tuned for more giveaways in the very near future!

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