Update: 2:30 p.m.: Congratulations to winners Neff Connor, who snagged tickets to tomorrow's Triple Play, and Susan Burnett, who will be going to Saturday's Dallas Jazz Collective show!
Great Oprah's ghost, we can't stop giving stuff away! Today, we've got a pair of tickets to Friday's Triple Play show, which will feature The Relatives, Pleasant Grove and Seryn, and serves as the grand opening of the Dallas City Performance Hall, a venue so new it still has that new venue smell. The walk-through I got last month was illuminating in many ways, but the real test - at least as a venue for live music - will come when people are in the seats. So, consider yourself part of the beta stage.
But wait, there's more! On Saturday, the Dallas Jazz Collective is performing a two-hour set built around Dallas' musical history, starting with Deep Ellum's blues and jazz legacy and moving into more contemporary sounds. We've got a pair of tickets for that as well.
Email here and specify whether you'd like to win the Triple Play or Dallas Jazz Collective tickets.
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