10 Thousand Sounds Ticket Giveaway

Hamilton Leithauser of The Walkmen performs in The Current studio
Hamilton Leithauser of The Walkmen performs in The Current studio (MPR Photo / Nate Ryan)

The Current is giving one lucky winner an opportunity to win pair of VIP tickets to the 10 Thousand Sounds Festival! The event is hosted by The Chalice and features performances by The Walkmen, Free Energy, Prissy Clerks, Strange Names, and Greg Grease.

VIP attendees get access to an exclusive area with preferred seating and a catered experience.

Enter below for your chance to win!

10 Thousand Sounds Festival is on June 22nd from 4-10 p.m. in downtown Minneapolis

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