Win Tickets: Girl Talk, MGMT Play Party in the Park

The weather is warming up, y’all, and with the change of seasons comes the arrival of a slew of outdoor music happenings. On Saturday, May 17, Party in the Park returns to Atlanta’s Centennial Olympic Park, bringing with it quite a few noteworthy acts, including Girl Talk, MGMT, The Joy Formidable, Stokeswood and Minus the Bear.

You can purchase tickets here. General admission is $40, while the VIP package, which includes priority access and private bathrooms as well as free food, drinks and more, will run you $135.

Or, if you’re feeling lucky, you could try your hand at Flagpole‘s contest. That’s right, folks: We’ve got a pair of tickets to give away. To enter, tell us in the comments after the jump which band you’re most looking forward to seeing and why YOU deserve to go for free. We’ll choose a winner at 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 7.


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