You know how the old proverb goes: There's no such thing as a free taco. However, tonight Spune is hoping to prove that adage wrong with like their 97th annual A Spune Christmas. (Spune owner Lance Yocom is a lot older than he looks.) There will even be free beer on hand while supplies last. Still, free is a relative term. It costs $13 to get in, but there are plenty of things to hold your attention.
Other than the free booze and traditional Christmas Mexican food, there is good reason to attend this show. Telegraph Canyon, Air Review, Datahowler, Fox & The Bird, Bethan, and brilliant unknown talent Carlo Canlas provide the soundtrack for the entire night on alternating stages.
The folks at Spune have been nice enough to pass along two pairs of tickets and a couple screen printed posters to two lucky DC9 at Night readers. Hit the jump to find out how to win.
Just email me with "Spune me" in the subject line, and we'll pick our winners by 4 p.m. today. Good luck!
Update: Contest is over. Congratulations to our winners.
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