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Giveaway: Free Tickets to Bookstock 2009

Submitted by on May 27, 2009 – 11:13 am 7 Comments

Do you live in the San Francisco area and are looking for something cool to do next weekend? Check out Bookstock 2009, a music, art and music festival held next Saturday, June 6, at AT&T Park, home of the San Francisco Giants. The cost is $15 per person but I have 5 pairs of tickets to give away. Read on for more info.

The following is a description from the event website:

“Attendees will enjoy a night of live music provided by top Bay Area bands including Stroke 9, Eoin Harrington, the Monophonics; a live art show featuring 25 renowned artists; and an advanced screening of Logan and Noah Miller’s film Touching Home, starring 4-time Academy Award nominee Ed Harris, the movie that inspired it all! Plus, the book release and signing of the Miller brother’s exhilarating memoir Either You’re In or You’re in The Way, published by HarperCollins April 28.”

I’ve read the Miller brothers’ book and it’s fantastic. It’s a funny, inspiring story of how they made a movie about their lives with their late father (played by Harris) without any money, experience or industry contacts.

If you want to attend (or know someone who does) and would like a pair of free tickets, you just have to do two things: 1) Be a subscriber to my blog (see upper right corner of page) and 2) leave me a comment here telling me why you’d like to go. All interested parties will be entered in a random drawing this Friday and 5 winners will receive two tickets each in the mail. Good luck!



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