Win Tickets: Conspirator Plays Georgia Theatre Saturday

Looking for another reason to party? Heavy electro-rock outfit Conspirator, the Philadelphia-based group fronted by the Disco Biscuits’ Marc Brownstein, hits Athens Saturday, Apr. 5 for a late-night show at the Georgia Theatre. Tickets are $15, but we’ve got a pair just sittin’ here, ready to give away. 

To enter the contest, comment below with why YOU deserve to go for free. We’ll choose a winner this Friday at 4:30 p.m.


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