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Giveaway: Three Pairs Of Tickets To Tomorrow Night's Octopus Project, This Will Destroy You and Ume Show At The Granada



In this week's print edition of DC9, Observer contributor Doug Davis checks in to hype up tomorrow night's The Octopus Project, This Will Destroy You and Ume bill at the Granada Theater tomorrow night, saying that the show "showcases a trio of excellent Texas bands that bring shoe-gazing--leavened with fun--to the stage for a promising Saturday night." He also recommends you get there early.

And for good reason: The Octopus Project just might be the most interesting band currently calling Austin home--and the other two acts ain't exactly slouches either. Should be a packed house, too, considering that it's an especially slow Saturday night this week.

Want in? For free? Drop me an email with the words "These Tickets Will Destroy Me" and you and a friend will be added to the will call list. Just like that. So, step to it. And good luck.

Update: Contest is over. Congrats to our winners.

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