Dr. Dog
Dr. Dog

Noise Pop is back in San Francisco for its 22nd year, from February 24 through March 2, 2014. Headliners Dr. Dog hit The Warfield on March 1, with special guests Saint Rich and Moses Sumney. Dr. Dog will be stopping by one of the oldest Bay Area festivals as part of their larger US tour in support of their latest release B-Room. Dr. Dog bring a quirky vintage indie pop that has the power to transport you to a small club from the 60s. So what better setting is there for Dr. Dog than the ornate and iconic Warfield? None, really. And, there’s no excuse to miss out on Noise Pop. If you’re still waiting for a reason to check out this show (in which case, why are you still waiting?), Rabbits Black is giving away a pair of tickets.

There are four different ways to enter.  You DO NOT have to enter through each entry point.  Using more than one entry point will increase your chances of winning.  Winners will receive a pair of tickets to the show.  The winners will be announced on February 26th on the Rabbits Black Twitter and Facebook accounts.  It’s easy to enter, and you can enter as many times as you like through any of these entry points:

Entry Point 1: Leave a comment on this post.

Entry Point 2: Leave a comment on the Facebook post mentioning this contest.

Entry Point 3: Hop on Twitter and send us a tweet.  Make sure you include @RabbitsBlack, @DrDogMusic and @TheWarfield.

Entry Point 4: Email us at tickets@rabbitsblack.com.  Make sure to put “Dr. Dog” in the subject line.

We only have one pair of tickets, so we can’t promise you’ll win. If you are a true Dr. Dog fan and don’t want to risk missing them, or you want to check out one of the best shows of Noise Pop Fest 2014, we suggest you buy some tickets.  Tickets are only $25.50 if you buy them in advance, but jump to $28 if you wait, which only risks you missing out entirely when this show sells out:

Tickets: Noise Pop and Goldenvoice present Dr. Dog with special guests Saint Rich & Moses Sumney @ The Warfield 3/1 ~ $25.50

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