Australian Competitions

*Three Thousand Issue 198 (MR)- Various*
VIC, Entry: E, Freq: Other, Ended 27/03

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tarzwal - 26-3-2009 @ 10:26 AM

Entry was at: http://www.threethousand.com.au/issues/198/

Pass to Sympathy For The Devil
What:
Sympathy For The Devil

When:
Mon Mar 30, 7.30pm

Where:
The Astor Theatre, Cnr Chapel St and Dandenong Rd, Windsor

Win:
Thanks to The Astor, we have 2 prize packs of a dbl pass to the screening plus a sweet poster for each person! To enter, email win@threethousand.com.au with the subject line ‘I'm a man of wealth and taste'

Pass to hear School of Seven Bells
What:
School of Seven Bells interview

Who:
Robert S Lee talks at Claudia Deheza

Where:
The Corner Hotel, 57 Swan St, Richmond.

When:
Sat April 25, doors 8pm

How much:
$35+ BF from here

Win:
Thanks to Speak n Spell, we have 2 dbl passes to give away! To enter, email win@threethousand.com.au with the subject line 'Can you believe these new girls? None of them use birth control and they eat all the steak!'

Ned Collette at the Thornbury Theatre

What:
Ned Collette

Where:
The Thornbury Theatre, 859 High St, Thornbury

When:
Fri Mar 27, 7pm

How much:
$14 +BF here or $18 on the door (if available)

Win:
Thanks to Remote Control, we have one dbl pass to giveaway! To enter, email win@threethousand.com.au with the subject line 'We don't sodding know if he's related to Toni'

Pass to see C.W. Stoneking and the Primitive Horn Orchestra at the Zoo
What:
C.W. Stoneking and the Primitive Horn Orchestra at the Zoo

Where:
Melbourne Zoo, Melbourne

When:
Sat Mar 28, gates 5.30pm, music from 7pm

How much:
$36 at the gate

Win:
We have a dbl pass to give away! To enter, email win@threethousand.com.au with the subject line ‘dude, there *was* no pre-smoking-era Tom Waits'

V festival passes

The reason we're going to V Festival is probably pretty unique. While we think The Killers will be great, Snow Patrol is witty and fun live, and Madness will be playing every song of theirs we have ever wanted to hear...there is something grander afoot. And that is the keytarist for The Human League. That's right, keytarist. He plays bass and lead keytar, wears tighter pants than your 15-year-old brother, and struts around like Mick Jagger on stage. That's what we need to see more than anything else.


All the other acts are going to rule too. M83 are here all the way from France to play their brand of dream pop. The Kills' latest album was great and hopefully they will be ripping through its bluesy tracks and throwing in some classics too. Plus Jenny Lewis will be doing her solo stuff and maybe she'll whip out that cover of the Travelling Wilbury's ‘Handle With Care'. What more would anyone need? Oh yeah, tickets.

Well, lucky for ya'll we have a double pass to give away. To enter, just answer this simple question:

This week's question:
Why love The Human League's keytarist?

a) Something to do with the skin-tight pants
b) He plays a word ommitted as may offend - check url for entry for details guitar combined with a keyboard
c) He, unlike Mick Jagger, plays an actual instrument
d) I hate the ‘80s, and you

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