Trick or treat! It's Halloween weekend, folks, and we have an extra special giveaway this time--to not one, but two shows. A real treat, for sure. Here's the deal: There are two pretty awesome shows going on at the Gilley's Complex on Halloween night, and the folks over there are hooking five DC9 readers up with the chance to room-hop between them both--for free, no less.
Earlier today, we shared Darryl Smyers' chat with Helmet's Page Hamilton in advance of his band's show at The Loft on Sunday night--so you should already know about that one. As for the other? The one taking place at the South Side Music Hall? Well, it's a pretty big deal, as well. Smyers talked that one up in this week's paper, too:
What better evening for the renowned dark metal master Danzig to play Dallas than Halloween? On what could well prove to be the last time Glenn Danzig performs in our area, the former MIsfits frontman has decided to go out in style. By bringing along as openers four younger bands--most of whom have certainly been influenced by one of his musical adventures--Danzig seems to be saying, "Look at what I've done." Continue Reading...
With these two shows taking place under the same roof, this Halloween is sure to be a memorable one. And, courtesy of the folks over at Gilley's, the complex that houses both The Loft and the South Side Music Hall, we're giving away five pairs of tickets so DC9 readers can see both shows for free.
See how to win your free passes after the jump.
Update: Contest is over. Congrats to our winners!
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