TICKET GIVEAWAY: Sunflower Bean at Teragram Ballroom, June 15

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New York indie rockers Sunflower Bean is returning to Los Angeles next week at the Teragram Ballroom and we’ve got a pair of tickets with your name on it!

The trio has been touring in support of their excellent sophomore full-length record Twentytwo in Blue, which so happens to be my favorite record of 2018 as we near the year’s halfway point. It has a perfect blend of hard-charging rock tunes like “I Was a Fool” and the angsty protest song “Crisis Fest”, as well as soothing ballads like “Twentytwo”.

Singer Julia Cumming’s voice is so vintage sounding that it would be easy to mistake this band as being straight out of the 1970’s. I caught them at the Moroccan Lounge and saw them four times at SXSW as well — I highly recommend their live show.

To enter to win tickets to see Sunflower Bean on Friday, June 15, here’s what you can to do:

  1. Follow us on Twitter at @passtheauxcoand tweet the following: “Entered to win tickets to see @sunflowerbean on June 15 at @TeragramLA from @passtheauxco — http://www.passtheaux.co/ticket-giveaway-sunflower-bean-teragram-ballroom” — that’s worth one entry
  2. Follow us on Instagram at @passtheauxco and tag a friend in the comments of our Instagram photo of Sunflower Bean — that’s worth one entry
  3. Like us on Facebook and tag a friend in the comments of our Sunflower Bean giveaway post — that’s worth one entry.
  4. Occasionally, we will tweet something like “Enter to win tickets to see Sunflower Bean  at the Teragram Ballroom on June 15 — FOLLOW US and RT this to enter” — that’s worth one entry.

Winners will be chosen Wednesday, June 13 and will be notified through whichever social media channel you utilized. Don’t win? Tickets are still available and you don’t want to miss out!

Photo by Danielle Gornbein

BUY TICKETS TO SEE SUNFLOWER BEAN AT TERAGRAM BALLROOM ON JUNE 15

Sunflower Bean deliver short but sweet set at Moroccan Lounge

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