VAN HALEN: Win Chance To Attend Final Dress Rehearsal Before Upcoming Tour

VAN HALEN are throwing a private little party at their final dress rehearsal — and you're invited!

Submit your name, telephone number and email address using the form at this location for your chance at a pair of passes to the band's final dress rehearsal before embarking on their massive 2004 Tour. This is your chance to see the show before anybody else.

WHAT: Final Dress Rehearsal
WHEN: June 1, 2004
WHERE: TOP SECRET

Giveaway Rules:

Two names will be drawn at random from all entries received. Each winning name will be presented with two (2) entrance passes to VAN HALEN's final dress rehearsal in the Los Angeles, CA area. Transportation to the location is the SOLE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE WINNERS. Only one entry per person. Multiple entries will be disregarded. Winners must be 18 years of age on or before June 1, 2004. Winners will be notified and announced on May 26, 2004.

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