Win a Double Pass to City and Colour in Melbourne and Brisbane
Entries Close 1st May 2012
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City and Colour arrives back in Australia this week to play Groovin The Moo and capital city theatre dates. The three time platinum certified project lead by Dallas Green has become a household name within the indie music community for their distinctive fusion of folk, blues, rock, and twangs of country. What began as a hobby for a hardcore singer has evolved into one of the most praised acoustic/indie/folk acts to enter the scene in the last decade.
With most of the shows sold out or very close to selling out, Dallas will be playing the following dates:
Wednesday 2 May – Palais Theatre, Melbourne (all ages) SOLD OUT
Thursday 3 May – Palais Theatre, Melbourne (all ages) TICKETS SELLING FAST
Tuesday 8 May – The Tivoli, Brisbane (18+) SOLD OUT
Wednesday 9 May – The Tivoli, Brisbane (all ages) SOLD OUT
Monday 14 May – Enmore Theatre, Sydney (all ages) SOLD OUT
Tuesday 15 May – Enmore Theatre, Sydney (all ages) SOLD OUT
Friday 18 May – Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide (all ages) TICKETS SELLING FAST
Sunday 20 May – Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle (18+) TICKETS SELLING FAST
Chugg Entertainment and City and Colour have kindly given us a double pass to give away to the following shows:
Thursday 3rd May
Palais Theatre, Melbourne (All Ages)
Tuesday 8th May
The Tivoli, Brisbane (18+ only)
Monday 14th May
Enmore Theatre, Sydney (All Ages)
However there is just one small catch… You must be able to answer the following question by midday Tuesday 1st May:
Sydney group Seekae just remixed which City and Colour Song? (we’ll give you a clue… it’s posted somewhere on the Tone Deaf website)
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