CONTEST HAS ENDED!
Henry Rollins may be pushing 50, but 2 things haven’t changed: he’s still in frighteningly good shape and he’s still an extremely interesting character. For many of us he will always be the frontman for hardcore punk legends Black Flag. For a slightly later generation he is primarily known for fronting the Rollins Band and for an agressive spoken word-style delivery of his lyrics. He’s appeared as a white supremacist on the FX drama, Sons of Anarchy, while devoting time out of his real life to such endeavors as fighting for human rights and LGBT marriage equality. Rollins has hosted radio programs, appeared in films, and even branched out to host 2 separate television programs on the Independent Film Channel. Basically, he’s done a ton of shit with his career and he doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon. As an example of his continued respect by his peers, the flyer for his latest/current spoken word performances on his FREQUENT FLYER TOUR was created by renowned artist and owner of Obey Giant, Shepard Fairey. On the official press release for the tour, Rollins sarcastically asks the following question:
“Doesn’t it piss you off a little that I keep pulling this off every year and keep getting asked back when you were so done with me years ago?”
For those interested in attending the Seattle stop of the FREQUENT FLYER TOUR at the historic Moore Theater on next Thursday, May 27th, we have good news… we have teamed up with the Seattle Theatre Group again to offer yourself the opportunity to get a pair for free.
HOW TO ENTER
This contest is time sensitive folks, so let’s get down to business.
Just click “LIKE” on our Monster Fresh Facebook page by linking through HERE.
Simply explain why you want and/or deserve the tickets in a spoken word format. [HINT: It can be as abstract as you want, but the less whiny and needy is probably the better.]
Post your entry in the comment section of the Facebook discussion topic provided specifically for this contest.
[Link to entry form HERE]
Entrants will be judged on creativity and, somewhat arbitrarily, based on the one that we just like the most.
That’s it, jerks. It’s pretty simple and you can enter as many times as you’d like.
Contest will run until midnight on Tuesday, May 25th.