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Win two tickets to "Shake it Up" with the New Cars.

Enter To Win: Two Tickets To See The New Cars Live

A lot has changed since the Cars last toured 17 years ago, but what remains the same is the music. The New Cars, which features original members Elliot Easton and Greg Hawkes have joined up with Todd Rundgren, Kasim Sulton, and Prairie Prince to revive the music on a new album, It's Alive, and a new tour. To celebrate, Blogcritics is proud give away two tickets to any concert on the tour to two lucky winners, and autographed CDs to two more.

It's Alive features live performance of the band's greatest hits as well as new songs. Some of the classics included on the album are "Just What I Needed," "You Might Think," and "Shake it Up." Easton commented on the old music and the new sound in a recent press release, “This is The New Cars. We’ll play people's favorites, but eventually, we’ll introduce new songs that will stand on their own merit. Go from strength to strength."
And a new single, shown in Youtube video below, "Not Tonight," is an example how the new music stays true to the old sound.

The second leg of the tour kicks off November 2 and continues until the end of the year. Enter to win two tickets to the show of your choice from the list below by sending an email to [email protected] with the subject line "The New Cars" between now and October 14. Emails must contain name, address, email address, and phone number to be considered. Two grand prize winners will each win two tickets to a show of their choice. Two first place winners will win autographed CDs. Winners will be notified after October 14 by email and in the comment section below.

Tour Date
11-2-06 Sovereign Performing Arts Center Reading, PA
11-4-06 Nokia Theatre Times Square New York, NY
11-5-06 Nokia Theatre Times Square New York, NY
11-7-06 Maryland Hall for the Creative Annapolis, MD
11-8-06 Count Basie Theatre Red Bank, NJ
11-10-06 Penn's Peak Jim Thorpe, PA
11-12-06 Paramount Center for the Arts Peekskill, NY
11-13-06 Univ. At Buffalo Center for the Arts Buffalo, NY
11-15-06 Turning Stone Resort & Casino Showroom Verona, NY
11-17-06 Foxwoods Resort Casino Mashantucket, CT
11-18-06 The Borgata Event Center Atlantic City, NJ
11-19-06 Merrill Auditorium Portland, ME
11-21-06 House of Blues Cleveland Cleveland, OH
11-22-06 State Theatre Detroit, MI
11-24-06 Surf Ballroom Clear Lake, IA
11-25-06 Riverside Theatre Milwaukee, WI
11-28-06 Kewadin Shores Casino Saint Ignace, MI
12-2-06 Route 66 Casino Albuquerque, NM
12-4-06 Rain at Palm Casino Las Vegas, NV
12-5-06 House of Blues Sunset Strip Los Angeles, CA
12-9-06 Harrahs Lake Tahoe South Shore Room Stateline, NV
12-10-06 Fillmore San Francisco, CA
12-12-06 Wells Fargo Center of the Arts Santa Rosa, CA
12-14-06 Ventura Theatre Ventura, CA
12-16-06 House of Blues Las Vegas Las Vegas, NV
12-17-06 House of Blues Anaheim Anaheim, CA

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