Giveaway – Jars of Clay Concert Tickets in Toronto September 15

Chris Vacher | @chrisfromcanada | Get free updates of new posts here


UPDATE: Thanks to everyone who entered the contest and shared it with their friends. Congratulations to Jeff McIntosh and Pam Crosbie on winning the tickets. Enjoy the concert!

Jars of Clay is one of my favourite bands of all time and I’m excited that they are coming back to Canada. Jars of Clay will be playing at Queensway Cathedral in Toronto, ON on Saturday, September 15 and thanks to my friends at Unite Productions I have TWO pairs of tickets to give away to this concert.

Jars of Clay have released their latest album “The Shelter” and are out now sharing these songs with their fans and friends all over North America. If you have never seen Jars of Clay live in a concert setting, you are in for a treat and I’m excited to give away TWO pairs of tickets for this great concert.

 

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Remember, these tickets are for the show at Queensway Cathedral in Toronto on Saturday, September 15. Make sure you’re able to attend before entering so that the tickets will go to someone who will use them! So here’s how this is going to work:

  • You must enter a comment at the bottom of this post with the title of your favourite Jars of Clay song. You can pick something new, you can pick something old school, doesn’t matter. What’s your favourite Jars of Clay song of all time?
  • After you enter the comment, make sure you click the orange “Done” button on the giveaway widget below. Post the comment at the bottom of the post, click the “Done” button in the widget and then go ahead and use the widget to tweet and like the post for additional entries. You can also follow me on Twitter, tweet the giveaway and like the post for more entries. You can even get more entries by sharing this post on Pinterest!

Good luck! The contest will be open until noon eastern on Friday, August 31 and the winners will be announced.

 

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