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Sleaze Radio will be giving away 4 tickets a month to the Rock Gone Wild festival in Algona, Iowa!

 

Rock Gone Wild is taking place August 20-23rd.

www.rockgonewild.com

 

This contest starts NOW and runs through June 30th, with the final set to be given away on July 5th.

 

To qualify for tickets, you have to sign up for an account on www.sleazeradio.com

and then send an email to info@sleazeradio.com....telling why you should be the one to win the tickets!

 

The ticket value is $175.00, so you don't want to miss out on this incredible offer to get yours for free!

 

Tune in to www.sleazeradio.com

 

First winners will be announced on The Metal Madman Show, March 18th at 9:55pm EST.

 

The second set will be given away on The Hair Metal Mansion Radio Show by DJ Andrew AxeMan, March 31st at 5:55pm EST.

 

Winners are responsible for own transportation, lodging, food and everything else. We are only providing the tickets themselves.

 

For the latest info and lineups, go to the official Rock Gone Wild site;

www.rockgonewild.com

 

Courtesy of www.hairmetalmansion.com

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You can also sign up at the Rock Gone Wild homepage for daily free ticket drawings they are doing as well...double your chances to win!

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