TICKET GIVEAWAY: Ben Howard at Shrine, September 27

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An excellent show headlined by English singer-songwriter Ben Howard and featuring Baltimore indie rock duo Wye Oak is happening at the Shrine Auditorium next week. We’ve got a pair of tickets to the Thursday, September 27 show!

Ben Howard dropped his latest album Noonday Dream back in June (we reviewed it), and it’s another excellent and eclectic piece of work from the talented singer. Lead single “A Boat To An Island On The Wall” was the first piece of new music from him since 2014. It was a seven-minute epic that fully revealed the kind of tunes that are all across the record.

He also just released an excellent new song featuring Sylvan Esso that is a worthwhile listen.

He’s an amazing live performer I’ve had the chance to see a number of times, and it’ll be a real treat to see him at the Shrine. Wye Oak also released a new album The Louder I Call, the Faster It Runs this year and are also an excellent live band. Make it in there early!

To enter to win tickets to see Ben Howard and Wye Oak at the Shrine Auditorium on Thursday, September 27, here’s what you can to do:

  1. Follow us on Twitter at @passtheauxcoand tweet the following: “Entered to win tickets to see @BenHowardmusic on Sept. 27 at @ShrineLA from @passtheauxco — https://www.passtheaux.co/ticket-giveaway-ben-howard-shrine” — that’s worth one entry
  2. Follow us on Instagram at @passtheauxco and tag a friend in the comments of our Instagram photo of Ben Howard — that’s worth one entry
  3. Like us on Facebook and tag a friend in the comments of our Ben Howard giveaway post — that’s worth one entry.
  4. Occasionally, we will tweet something like “Enter to win tickets to see Ben Howard at the Shrine Auditorium on Sept. 27 — RT this to enter” — that’s worth one entry.

Winners will be chosen Tuesday, September 25 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!


ALBUM REVIEW: Ben Howard maintains indie charm on ‘Noonday Dream’