Who Wants Free Tickets and a Four-Night Hotel Stay for the Deluna Fest?

Now and again, the average music fan needs to escape the humdrum realities of daily life by fleeing to some alluringly exotic locale (say, uh, Pensacola), sucking back loads of intoxicants (only legal shit, of course), and vibing out to a cross-genre clusterfuck of awesome tuneage at a really rad retreat like the Deluna Fest, "America's Original Beach Party!"

Obviously, there's no better way to get away from it all than absolutely freaking free. And you couldn't ask for a better bargain than Miami New Times' totally no-cost Deluna Concert Weekend giveaway.

That's right ... We here at New Times wanna send you (and a guest) to the beautiful beaches of P-Town -- equipped with 2 VIP festival tickets and a four-night stay at a kickass hotel -- for 96 straight hours of ripping up the pit with rap-rockers Linkin Park, getting queeny with indie dandies Perry Farrell and Jane's Addiction, splitting Twinkies with Weezer, plastic-wrapping laptops with Girl Talk, and dipping into Big Boi's backstage Viagra stash.

Total value: Priceless. (Well, it's actually $2500.) And all an average music fan's gotta do to win is give New Times your first and last names, cell number, and email.

But don't worry ... If you don't win, we will not bombard you with prank calls (or excessive spam) while getting wet, wild, drunk, and sunburnt in the Gulf of Mexico. We totally promise.

Deluna Fest with Linkin Park, Jane's Addiction, Weezer, The Shins, Girl Talk, Cake, Big Boi, and others. Friday, October 14, to Sunday, October 16. Pensacola Beach, Florida. Visit

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