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Win a Pair of Tickets to Tom Petty at the Hollywood Bowl

September 20, 2010 4:50 PM ET

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers have been touring behind their excellent Mojo since early June, and the summer trek is wrapping up in California at the beginning of October. Haven't caught the show yet? You're in luck: Rolling Stone, in partnership with Live Nation Merchandise and TomPetty.com, is giving two lucky winners a pair of tickets each for the October 1st show at Los Angeles' historic Hollywood Bowl. Rolling Stone is not responsible for travel for the winners and their companion.

Review: Tom Petty Works New Mojo in Oakland

To enter, fill out the form below or e-mail your name, e-mail address, age, phone number and address to contests [at] rollingstone [dot] com with the subject line "Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers Hollywood Bowl Sweepstakes." No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. Open to residents of the 50 United States and Washington DC who are 18 years of age or older as of September 20, 2010. Sweepstakes begins at 5:00 p.m. EST on September 20, 2010 and ends at 11:59pm EST on September 25, 2010. Number of winners: 2. ARV: $250.00. Certain restrictions may apply. Complete Official Rules are available here.

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