Go live like a freaking rock star for a night.
Yank the slots. Stuff your face full of fried buffet food, Wetzel's Pretzels, and Ben & Jerry's ice cream. Drink strawberry daiquiris till you turn cross-eyed. Pass out in a changing room at the Havana Shirt Store.
But that's not even the end of your legendary evening at the Seminole Hard Rock. Wake up 'cause you've still got a couple of free concert tickets, courtesy of New Times. Is it Gipsy Kings, Julio Iglesias, Kid Rock, Kiss, Aaron Lewis of Staind or Chicago?
See the cut for contest instructions and a list of available concerts.
Instructions: Visit the New Times' Hard Rock Live Concert Ticket Giveaway contest page and complete the form by providing your first and last names, email, cell phone number, and your pick of the concerts below. You'll be automatically signed up for regular Hard Rock notices and a chance to win free tickets.
Hard Rock Live Concert Ticket Giveaway
Monday, February 28 Gipsy Kings
Sunday, March 6 Julio Iglesias
Tuesday, March 8 Kid Rock with Jamey Johnson
Sunday, March 13 Foreigner with Eddie Money
Thursday, March 17 Kiss
Sunday, March 20 Michael McDonald
Wednesday, April 6 Aaron Lewis of Staind
Thursday, April 14 Robert Plant & the Band of Joy
Wednesday, April 20 Chicago
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