Win Tickets to See the Misfits at Highline Ballroom 12/16 [Contest]

Posted on: December 11th, 2012 at 1:40 pm by

Hurricane Sandy forced The Misfits to cancel their Halloween show, but isn’t every day Halloween for them anyway? For a chance to win a pair of tickets to their upcoming show at the Highline Ballroom, just answers these questions and send them to tipline@boweryboogie.com. We’ll pick a winner on Friday.

Sunday, December 16, 2012
Showtime @ 8:00 PM
Tickets $35 in advance, $40 day of show

1. Which of these bands are not from New Jersey?

  • a.Rise Against
  • b.The Misfits
  • c.The Bouncing Souls
  • d.Bigwig

2. Bill Stevenson has never played drums for what band?

  • a.Black Flag
  • b.The Descendents
  • c.The Casualties
  • d.All

3. During the great kitty litter scandal of 2010, we learned that Glen Danzig shops for which type of popular kitty litter?

  • a.Tidy Cats
  • b.Fresh Step
  • c.Purina
  • d.Arm & Hammer

4. A member of this band went on to found Epitaph Records, which has released music from Pennywise, Rancid and Every Time I Die:

  • a.Anti-Flag
  • b.NOFX
  • c.Bad Religion
  • d.Black Flag

5. The only Misfits studio album to be released on Roadrunner Records was Famous Monsters and it was released in what year?

  • a.1999
  • b.1982
  • c.2002
  • d.1997

6. This San Francisco based record label has been home to Less Than Jake, Good Riddance and Screeching Weasel:

  • a.No Idea Records
  • b.Fueled by Ramen Records
  • c.Fat Wreck Chords
  • d.Hopeless Records

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    Don’t forget: email your answers to tipline@boweryboogie.com We’ll pick a winner on Friday.