'Wrecking Crew' documentary ticket giveaway

The 'Wrecking Crew' was behind the success of some of the most influential bands of the 1960s and 1970s including Cher, the Beach Boys and the Monkees. They are only now starting to get the credit they deserve thanks to an amazing new documentary. BringMeTheNews would like you to send you to a free screening tomorrow in downtown Minneapolis...
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BringMeTheNews is a sponsor of the Minneapolis screening of "The Wrecking Crew."

Fill out the form below for your chance to win two tickets to the 9:30 p.m. Thursday show at at the Block E theatre in downtown Minneapolis! Winners will be notified by Thursday at 12 noon.

You can also buy tickets here.

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