The 2008 True Colors Tour rolls through town this weekend, and, yep, we've got tickets for you. Be warned, though, folks, these tickets are probably for the slightly older, more nostalgic set. Oh, and they're lawn seats, which is unfortunate, too.
But, hey, they're free! And, all things considered, there are probably worse ways to spend your Sunday night than by checking out Cyndi Lauper, The B-52s, Joan Jett and The Blackhearts, Wanda Sykes and Queer Eye for the Straight Guy's Carson Kressley at Superpages.com Center. Could be a pretty good time.
So, first two people to email me with "Free Tickets Shining Through" in the subject line get the tickets. Oh, and also, they're hard tickets, not will call ones, so, if you wanna enter, you better be able to stop by our offices and grab them before our receptionist leaves for the weekend. Just sayin'.
Update: Contest is over. Congrats to our winners. --Pete Freedman
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