WIN TICKETS TO FALLING IN REVERSE AND ICE NINE KILLS ON 05/24 AT THE WILTERN!

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Falling In Reverse – either you love them unconditionally or you loathe them more than our current president. But the fact remains the Ronnie Radke has assembled a monsoon of songs that have resonated throughout the metal-pop world. With four LPs to their name, the band has established themselves as a top ticket in the world of rock and roll. Joining Falling In Reverse will be the magnetic metalcore band from Boston, Ice Nine Kills. Headed by Spencer Charnas, the six-piece have been releasing better and better albums for nearly a decade. If it’s moshing you desire, Ice Nine Kills will be your catalyst.

On Friday, May 24, Falling In Reverse will bring their musical talents to the Wiltern in Los Angeles. Expect to hear the top power tracks such as “Good Girls Bad Guys” and “Raised By Wolves” off the album, ‘The Drug In Me Is You’. Furthermore, the track “The Drug In Me Is You” should make its way into the setlist. The track has over 52.9 million plays on Spotify. Joining Falling In Reverse will be Ice Nine Kills, New Years Day and From Ashes To New.

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The concert takes place at the Wiltern on Friday, May 24 and is presented by our friends at The Noise. 6 PM. Tickets are $19.50. Purchase them by clicking HERE. Feelin’ lucky? Try your luck by entering our contest below:

FALLING IN REVERSE TICKET GIVEAWAY RULES:

  • If you’re not already doing so like our Facebook page by clicking here.
  • Leave a comment on our Facebook wall stating you entered the FALLING IN REVERSE giveaway.
  • Send us an email at contact@getsomemagazine.com stating you entered the contest.
  • Next, make sure you’re following our Twitter and Instagram accounts.
  • Last, like and comment on the FALLING IN REVERSE photo on our Instagram with #getsomemagazine!

Winner will be announced at 6 PM on May 23 via Facebook! If you don’t have Facebook, let us known via email. Good luck!

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