CALLING ALL LOCAL BLUES MUSICIANS!
It’s time for the next rounds of the 2014 Chicago Blues Challenge. Here are a couple of key dates to remember:
BAND COMPETITION, ROUND 2
Application deadline is Saturday, Oct. 18.
NOTE: You can still compete even if you did not enter Round 1.
Application deadline is Sunday, Oct. 5.
We will once again be having a Youth Competition.
Application Deadline is Saturday, Oct. 18.
Competition dates and locations will be announced soon. Stay tuned.
You can get the application form, the parental consent form and more info on our main 2014 Chicago Blues Challenge page.
Posted 9.5.14 by Karen Murphy
We’ve got free tickets to see Matt Schofield on Thursday, Sept. 11, at 8pm at City Winery. Marty Sammon Band is the opening act.
Here’s why you’ll want to go.
ENTER TO WIN TWO TICKETS NOW
Email your name, email and phone number to:
IMPORTANT: Use the Email Link above and DO NOT CHANGE the subject line. You MUST be a current paid member of the WCBS to enter.
DEADLINE TO ENTER
Midnight on Monday, Sept. 8
Winners will be notified on Tuesday, Sept. 9.
IMPORTANT NOTE: If you win, you MUST respond to the email notification within 24 hours or another winner will be chosen.
One entry per person. If you enter more than once, our system will automatically delete your entries. Winners for each show will be randomly drawn from all emails received by the specified deadline. If you receive an email telling you that you have won tickets, please confirm receipt of the email within 24 hours or another winner will be drawn. Tickets will be held for ticket winners at Will Call.
THE SMALL PRINT
Windy City Blues Society Board Members and Executive Committee Members and their families are ineligible to win. You MUST be a Windy City Blues Society member to win. Yada yada yada…which means all other basic rules of contests apply. If you don’t win this time, there
should be other opportunities.You MUST be a current Windy City Blues Society member to win. Yada yada yada…which means all other basic rules of contests apply. If you don’t win this time, there should be other opportunities.
Posted 9.4.14 by Karen Murphy