Like to lift things? Find yourself often humming EMPEROR tunes in the shower? Well now's your chance to play roadie for a day for the Norwegian black metal lords!The roadie for the day would be for the July 14 show at B.B. King club in New York City and the July 17 appearance at the House of Blues in West Hollywood, California. One winner will be chosen for each show and will assist with load-in, helping with the in-stores/autograph signings and making sure the band has water/towels and supplies on stage. Winners must be available for the full day, will be an official part of the crew for the day and will receive a full-access pass. Winners will be working but will have the show to enjoy on their own. Please note, transportation to the show can not be provided. You must make it to the venue on your own so if you live in Siberia and don't have a ride, you probably shouldn't enter. Send your entries to: [email protected] Put the show you wish to enter for in the Subject Line. Be sure to include your full name, address and day/evening phone numbers so you can be contacted. Entries must be received NO LATER THAN 9:00 a.m. EST on Wednesday, July 12. Winners will be notified later that day. Note from Candlelight Records: "Metal Maniacs nor EMPEROR, Candlelight and its affiliates are not responsible if you fall or break something. We are not reponsible if you trip and bust your nose open or otherwise injure or embarrass yourself in any way, shape or form. Don't fall. Don't break things. If you tend to be a falling/breaking things kind of person, please don't enter this contest."
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