On Thursday, March 29, NONPOINT will be taking a break from writing the follow-up to their highly acclaimed "To the Pain" album to take part in the WWE's pre-Wrestlemania festivities with a closing performance at THQ's "Superstar Challenge" at the Gem Theatre in Detroit, MI. Below is an excerpt from the official press release:"See 16 of your favorite WWE Superstars, Extremists and Divas battle it out in the virtual arena as they compete in a single-elimination tournament playing WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2007 on Xbox 360. There will be opportunities for autographs, prizes, and much more! You'll never see this many Superstars up close in the same room at the same time. The event will be capped with a live performance by NONPOINT. Get your tickets now!" Fans can get tickets to this event by clicking here.
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