Not in this coming week's paper but in the next (assuming all goes according to plan), we'll be publishing a conversation Observer contributor and noted emo expert Eric Grubbs will have with one of the members of the recently reunited, legendary emo rock outfit Sunny Day Real Estate--all relevant since, on Monday, October 5, the band will be stopping by the Granada Theater as part of its reunion tour.
For fans of the emo genre, it really doesn't get much bigger than this--
which is why we're stoked that the Granada has hooked us up with two pairs of tickets to hand out to DC9 readers interested in catching this show. Want the tickets? Simple enough: Email me right now with "Thief Steal Me A Peach" in the subject line. First two people to do so see the show for free. Good luck!
Update: Contest is over. Congrats to our quick-fingered winners--they beat out a lot of competition...
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