Win Tickets to the 2010 Voodoo Experience With Weezer, Drake, My Morning Jacket and More

September 23, 2010 1:30 PM ET

The Voodoo Experience is taking over New Orleans for the 12th year in a row this October 29th, 30th and 31st with a lineup that boasts Muse, Ozzy Osbourne, My Morning Jacket, Weezer and Drake — just to name a few. Haven't picked up your tickets to the Halloween weekend festival yet? You're in luck: Rolling Stone is giving away a pair of three-day passes to one lucky winner. Rolling Stone is not responsible for travel for the winners and their companions. Click here for more information on this year's Voodoo Experience.

Photos: Kiss, Eminem and More Rock Voodoo 2009

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. 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 23, 2010. Sweepstakes begins at 1:00 p.m. EST on September 22, 2010 and ends at 11:59pm EST on September 30, 2010. Number of winners: 2. ARV: $300.00. Certain restrictions may apply. Complete Official Rules are available here.

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