Thursday, November 11, 2010

Share It Fairly: How YOU Could Win House of Floyd Tickets!

Posted By on Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 4:19 PM


So, you want to go see the Pink Floyd tribute band House of Floyd at the Arkley Center on Saturday night, but "the economy" just isn't letting your brain part with the $38 it costs to get in.

At the North Coast Journal, our readers are more important than just another brick in the wall!

We want to keep you comfortably numb and happy. So, we're giving away three (3) pairs (2s) of tickets to our precious NCJ readers. That's $76 you can instead spend on Christmas goodies -- check our Annual NCJ Gift Guide next week for more on that.

But you gotta earn it!

To win a pair of these tickets you have to record a video of yourself singing your favorite Pink Floyd song and post it to our wall on the North Coast Journal's Facebook page or send it to [email protected]. Be brave, Humboldt.

You have until 5 p.m. tomorrow (Friday, Nov. 11) to get your video on Facebook at which point the rambunctious NCJ Editorial Friday Drinkdown squad will judge who's Floyd-est. Points for: likability, enthusiasm and whether or not we want to do psychedelic drugs by the end of your song.

Don't know how to post a video on Facebook? Ask someone.

Don't have a Facebook account? Not our problem. Catch up.

Here is a video of the NCJ's newest employee, Alana Chenevert, demonstrating how easy it is to win. (Though we might dock you points if you screw up lyrics like she did.)

VIRAL ALERT! Blogthing reader "Money Mike D" sends along this Alana remix!

Alana's "Money" -- the Money Mike D Remix

UPDATE: First entries (we'll add more as they come in/when there's time.)

BONUS! Put Monika's awesome performance (above) on your phone! Ringtones available in [audio-2] mp3 and m4r formats!

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