I am giving away my tickets! That’s right. Two tickets to B.A.P are up for grabs. I’m giving them away as a pair. And they’re good seats!
Center Orchestra, Row K. Here’s a seating chart so you can see just how good they are: http://www.nokiatheatrelalive.com/seating-map
Good, right?! So, how do you get them?
Here’s what you have to do:
1. Follow me on Twitter @SueMarue
2. Subscribe to this blog (yes, shameful self-promotion) 🙂
3. Make sure you can ABSOLUTELY go to the concert. I want someone to really use these tickets. If you’re not from Southern California, I may not choose you unless you can convince me you can go.
4. Tell me a little about yourself, like why you like B.A.P and who your bias is. You can do that by filling out this form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1gOhwcluYUbeJyivjJQlnt1ATieqzLPYkXLJAVr342Vk/viewform?usp=send_form Update: SORRY. FORM IS INACTIVE NOW.
I will choose the winner based on the answers on the form, so put your heart in it. I really want to know why B.A.P –the boys, the music– is so important to you.
That’s it! Easy, right? Again, the concert is this coming Tuesday, April 22, 2014. At Nokia Theatre in LOS ANGELES. At 8PM.
I will announce the winner on this blog and on Twitter on MONDAY, April 21st, at Noon Pacific Time. I will also DM the winner on Twitter, so please make sure you’re following me there.
I can’t stress this enough: PLEASE make sure you can go. I will be hand delivering the tickets to the winner IN FRONT of the Nokia Theatre on the day of the concert. I will be there up until an hour before the concert.
In the event that the winner does not show up before 7PM, and you non-winners would like to try again for the tickets, I will raffle them off around 7PM IN FRONT of the Nokia Theatre on the day of the concert.
Let friends who already have tickets know too. They could end up with upgraded seats! But please don’t make the trip to Nokia unless you were planning on going anyway. The winner may show up!
Watch this blog and/or my Twitter for more information as we get closer to the day.
Good luck, everyone!