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Giveaway: One Last Pair of Tickets to Next Weekend's Fun Fun Fun Fest in Austin.

Some bad news earlier this week for Transmission Entertainment, the folks behind Austin's ever-expanding Fun Fun Fun Fest: Devo had to back out of its engagement because of an injury. Promoters are promising replacement acts in their stead, though, and already, they've announced one we here at DC9 very much enjoy: Brooklyn's Forest Family Records-signed Cults. They're no Devo, no. But as the fest continues to find replacements for the legendary art rockers, it's not a bad start.

Plus, we're already sold on the rest of the killer bill.

UPDATE: Transmission has announced a headliner replacement for Devo--the Descendants. Well played, Transmission. Well, played.

So it's with great pleasure, then, that, one last time, the folks at Transmission Entertainment have been kind enough to pass along to us a pair of tickets to hand out to one lucky DC9 reader interested in checking out next weekend's three-day ordeal. And it could be you, too.

Jump with us to find out how you can win.

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To enter, simply shoot me an email with the words "Fun and Games" in the subject line. We'll pick a winning name at random from the pool of entries received from right this moment until 9 a.m. on Monday morning. Please do not enter more than once; multiple entries will be deleted.

On Monday morning, we'll contact the winner via email to let them know of their victory. It's as easy as that.

But it's also a crapshoot, so you might wanna just hedge your bets and buy your tickets. If not, well, good luck!

Update: Contest is over. Congrats to our winner!

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