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Get wristbands at MuchMusic this Wednesday to Rogers Presents: Live In the Lot With Coldplay!

September 12th, 2011

On Wednesday, September 14 we’ll be giving away wristbands to see Rogers Presents: Live In The Lot With Coldplay during New.Music.Live. Starting at 5 pm ET we will be giving away wristbands at MuchMusic headquarters that will get you up close and personal with four men who have changed the sound of music forever. You don’t have to get tickets to NML – just show up at 5pm ET!

To win a wristband to Rogers Presents: Live In The Lot With Coldplay on September 14, you must be 14 years or older and have one piece of photo ID. You must physically be here to get your wristband (sorry, no taking one home for your bestie who couldn’t make it) and we’re only giving them away during New.Music.Live. on Wednesday, September 14 starting at 5 pm ET.

For every generation there is one group that defines what it means to be a truly great rock and roll band. The Beatles. The Rolling Stones. Nirvana. Coldplay. On September 21, one of the greatest bands of all time is taking over the MuchMusic parking lot and giving fans a concert like they’ve never seen. Rogers Presents: Live In The Lot With Coldplay will be an event for the history books and we want you there next to Chris, Guy, Johnny and Will. Come down to MuchMusic on September 14 and score a wristband to see Coldplay!

The deets one more time:

Where? MuchMusic is located at 299 Queen St. West in Toronto, ON
When? We’ll start giving away wristbands at 5pm ET on Wednesday, September 14.
What? You’ll need one piece of photo ID proving that you are 14 or older as of September 21, 2011.
How? Come down to MuchMusic and line up for wristbands to Rogers Presents: Live In the Lot With Coldplay.
Who? Please see: Greatest band of all time.
Why? Because rock and roll will never die.

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