Win VIP Tickets to Party in the Park

This Saturday, May 18, Party in the Park will take over Atlanta’s Centennial Olympic Park and feature performances from some of the biggest names in music, including Passion Pit, Grouplove, Ellie Goulding, Yeasayer and the Electric Sons. Tickets are $35 for general admission and $115 for VIP access, which includes the following:

Exclusive VIP event entrance, directly in to the VIP area
Covered Pavilion + Open-Air space directly in front of the stage
All-inclusive: hors d’oeuvres, beer, cocktails and soft drinks
Private Clean Restrooms
The best view in the park!

No word on whether the general admission bathrooms are either private or clean. BUT. It won’t matter, because look at that lineup.

Anyhow, here’s the deal. We’ve got a pair of general admission tickets AND a pair of VIP tix to give away. To attend as a VIP, you MUST be 21 years of age or older. A valid ID will be required from both guests at the gate. (For general admission tix, you can be any old age.) To enter, visit our Facebook page and do the like-y-share-y thing. (You’ve also gotta “like” Flagpole‘s Facebook page, so we can see your “share” and contact you if you win.)

We’ll choose two winners at random on Friday morning. Good luck.


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