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Ticket Giveaway: Too $hort @ Mezzanine This Friday

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Don’t you hate those mornings when you wake up and the first thing you think is how it’s been way too long since you saw Too $hort perform? I know, me too! It’s the worst.

Lucky for you, I’ve got a pair of tickets to give away to the Oakland hip hop legend’s show at Mezzanine this Friday, October 28th. Mr. Roboto Presents The Big Nasty, its tenth annual Halloween Party, hosted by Mikey Walz and featuring a live performance by Too $hort plus DJ sets by Vin Sol and Pony P. General admission is $30, so this is a preeeeeeetty rad ticket giveaway, if I do say so myself.

Here’s the most exciting part. I mean, going to a party from which you might never return because you might get stabbed is the most exciting part, but the OTHER exciting part is that there’s a $1000 costume contest sponsored by Red Bull and SVEDKA. So start rummaging through your closet and get your grill out of the safe, because not only do you have a chance to win these FREE tickets, but you might actually make some money that night. (Get in the door and photographed by 10pm to enter! Contest starts at 11pm).

Enter to win a pair of tickets by emailing with “Too $hort” in the subject line. Winner will be randomly selected tomorrow, so be sure to email by midnight tonight! We’ll email you back if you’ve won. (And we’ll also probably add you to our mailing list unless you specifically ask us not to.)

Friday, October 28th, 9pm
Mr. Roboto Presents: Too $hort
444 Jessie Street @ Mint [SOMA]

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