Want to Play Blackjack With Nickelback?
Wed, 11 Apr 2012 10:38:41
Wanna engage in a little card game with rock gods Nickelback? Well, you can and we'll tell you how.
Multi-platinum rock band Nickelback is teaming up with Clear Channel and Live Nation Entertainment to offer one lucky fan a chance to party like a rock star in Las Vegas this summer. As of right now, fans will get the chance to win a trip for six to board a private jet to Las Vegas where they will get VIP tickets to see Nickelback perform on tour June 16, 2012 at the MGM Garden Arena. The lucky winner and guests will have after party access and accommodations - the winner will enjoy a suite and each of the five guests will receive a king room at the MGM Grand. Additionally, the winner will receive $5,000 cash to play "Blackjack With Nickelback."
That rhymes and should be a whole lot of effing fun, don't you think?
"We can't wait to have one of our amazing fans plus five lucky friends win the opportunity to join us in one of the wildest cities in the world," said Nickelback front man Chad Kroeger. "Every show is a party with our fans but the Las Vegas shows are always some of the most memorable (at least for that night). So get your game face on ‘cause we're going to play blackjack in Sin City."
The "Blackjack With Nickelback" contest will run nationwide across Clear Channel rock radio stations beginning April 9 and ending May 18, 2012. Fans can listen to these stations each weekday for the cue to call-in for a chance to qualify to win. The grand prize winner will be announced May 21, 2012.
"We love connecting our listeners with the artists they're passionate about," said Tom Poleman, President of National Programming Platforms for Clear Channel Media and Entertainment. "Few bands can party like Nickelback, and this Ultimate Experience is destined to be legendary."
Fans can also listen to win online at the stations' websites, as well as on iHeartRadio.com and the iHeartRadio mobile app, Clear Channel's industry-leading digital radio service.
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—Frank TJ Mackey