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Win Two Free Three-Day Passes To The Biggest Rock Festival In Tennessee!

Want to see Guns N’ Roses, Slayer, Ghost, Deftones and many more at the first-ever Exit 111 Fest? We got you covered!

We were stoked back in April when we heard about this year’s inaugural Exit 111 Fest. With a line-up including headliners Lynyrd Skynyrd, Def Leppard, and Guns N’ Roses, as well as Megadeth, Ghost, Lamb Of God, Deftones, and Slayer playing their last Tennessee show ever, the festival’s first incarnation looks like it’s going to turn it into an annual event never to be missed. 

Now, it’s our pleasure to give you a chance to witness the spectacle yourself, as we’re giving away two three-day passes for Exit 111 Fest!

Check out the full line-up on the poster below:

Exit 111 Admat

For a chance to win two free three-day passes to this insane new festival, just fill out the short form below with your email address and you’ll be entered to win. (Travel / accommodations not included.)

Entries will be accepted up until Wednesday, September 18, at 3pm EST and the winner will be announced on this page at that time. Official rules of the sweepstakes can be found here.

Good luck, and see you in Tennessee!

UPDATE, September 18, 3:00pm EST: Congratulations to the randomly drawn winner of our contest, Martin Steib! Martin — we’ll be in touch with you regarding your prize shortly.

Posted on September 11th 2019, 7:57p.m.
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