[Giveaway] Win 2 Tickets to Jean-Michel Jarre at the First Bank Center

There’s never a shortage of shows in Denver. Between Beta Nightclub, Red Rocks, and the dozens of other top-notch live music venues across the front range, we’re seemingly scurrying out to shows every other night of the week. Or, at least, we know we are.

One of the shows we’ve had on our radar for quite sometime happens to be taking place at the First Bank Center in Broomfield on May 24th. If you haven’t guessed who it is by now, we’ll just lay it out there for you. Grammy-nominated Jean-Michel Jarre, who recently collaborated with legendary acts like The Who’s Pete Townsend, M83, and Moby, is bringing his live electronic set up to town. If you’re not quite familiar with what that entails, we’ve included a sweet promo video below.

After you’re done watching, scroll below for your chance to win a pair of tickets to the show. And, if you’re not feeling so lucky, you can buy a ticket here.

How to Enter

1) “Like” us (The Music Ninja) on Facebook here:

2) “Like” the Jean-Michel Jarre on Facebook:

3) Comment below this post with why you deserve to win. Maybe you just went through a terrible break up? Maybe this would be your first show ever? Fill us in! We want to know.

There are a few rules, of course:
– Must be 18+
– You are responsible for your own transportation.
– You must bring a valid form of ID to pick up your tickets at the the venue.
– 1 Winner will be announced May 14th

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