Free ticket giveaway: The Beatles Tribute 'Classical Mystery Tour' at Atlanta Symphony Hall


[Congrats to Friday night winners Rob S. and Robert S.!]

The Beatles’ masterpiece, “Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band,” will turn 50 years old on June 1.

This weekend, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Michael Krajewski, will perform “The Beatles Tribute: Classical Mystery Tour,” a symphonic journey of the band’s classics, including works from “Sgt. Pepper.”

The concerts, featuring four guest artists, take place at 8 p.m. May 19-20. Tickets are $27-$50.76 and can be purchased at www.ticketmaster.com, at the Woodruff Arts Center box office or by calling 1-800-745-3000.

Thanks to the generosity of the symphony, I also have two pairs of tickets to give away for each night (a total of four winners).

To enter to win a pair of tickets: Send an email to mruggieri@ajc.com by 6 p.m. Thursday, May 18. Please put “Beatles” in the subject line or I won’t see your email, and if I don’t see your email, you will have zero chance of winning. Also, make sure to tell me if you are entering for tickets to the Friday or Saturday night show.

Please do not enter if you cannot attend, and please, only one entry per email address.

I will randomly select the winners and contact them directly (as well as post the names here).

While it’s not required, I would appreciate a follow on Twitter and/or Facebook .

Good luck!


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