Win Tickets to See Gorillaz in NYC

September 8, 2010 6:45 PM ET

As Rolling Stone reported earlier this summer, Damon Albarn's cartoon band Gorillaz is hitting the road for their first-ever world tour this fall following blistering live performances in the U.K..

You can purchase tickets to any of the tour dates by clicking here — or enter for a chance to see the Gorillaz's first-ever Madison Square Garden show in style. One lucky winner will score a premium ticket package for the October 8th show, which includes:
• Two (2) reserved tickets located within the first 12 rows of the stage or side stage
• Specially Designed Gorillaz Concert Shirt
• Collectible Poster (numbered, limited)
• Official Gorillaz Tour Laminate
• Exclusive Gorillaz Sticker Set

To enter, fill out the form below or e-mail your name, age, e-mail address, address and phone number to contests [at] rollingstone [dot] com with the subject line "Gorillaz Tour VIP." No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. Open to residents of the 50 United States and Washington, D.C. who are 18 years of age or older as of August 8, 2010. Sweepstakes begins at 5:00 p.m. EST on August 8, 2010 and ends at 11:59pm EST on August 15, 2010. Number of winners: 1. ARV: $185.00. Certain restrictions may apply. Complete Official Rules are available here.

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