TVD Ticket Giveaway: The Beach Boys at Merriweather Post Pavilion, 6/15

Okay, so I know we’ve had some really awesome giveaways in the past involving The Beach Boys, but if there was ever a Holy Grail of ticket giveaways, it’s this one.

In case you’ve been living under a rock for the past few months, The Beach Boys are about to embark on a 50th Anniversary Tour with the lineup of Brian Wilson, Mike Love, Al Jardine, Bruce Johnston, and David Marks touring together for the first time in 20 years!

We’ve got your chance to see the boys of beach for yourselves live at the Merriweather Post Pavilion on Friday, June 15th! You pickin’ up my “Good Vibrations” yet?

Reunited once again at the 2012 Grammy Awards, The Beach Boys are back for their 50th Anniversary and are celebrating in a big way. On top of playing the best of summer festivals like New Orleans Jazz Fest, Bonnaroo, and Summerfest, they will also be trekking their way across the country making stops at over 40 dates.

If that isn’t enough of a celebration for you, The Beach Boys have also recorded new songs, speculated to be released on a soon-to-be-titled album later this year. There is also some talk of Capitol/EMI planning several commemorative releases, including another greatest hits collection and possible box set, after last year’s long-awaited release of “the most famous unreleased album of all time,” SMiLE.

Now let’s get down to business. If you want to catch the legendary Beach Boys live at the Merriweather Post Pavillion on June 15th, we’ve got a pair of lawn tickets to give away—no strings attached!

In honor of this very special tour being a reunion of one of the most memorable music makers in the history of music, tell us in the comments below, which other band you would love to see do a reunion tour!

I know it’s only been a year or so, but for me I’m not quite done with The White Stripes yet. I would just love to see Jack and Meg up one last time. Is that so hard to ask?

You have until noon on Tuesday, March 6th, to win this once in a lifetime ticket giveaway so get to thinking! Good luck!

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31 comments
oliviaung
oliviaung moderator

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John Manning
John Manning

I reckon Led Zeppelin is the only other band of similar behemoth status, with enough surviving and capable members to pull off a re-union tour in 2012.  Supect it will happen one day too, soon as Planty's down to his last $1m!

AROverton
AROverton

Since Morrissey seems adamant that The Smiths will never play again, it has to be Neutral Milk Hotel. Seeing Mangum performing solo now is hopefully a good sign! 

TimGallagher
TimGallagher

Led Zepplin,Using Jason Bonham on drums,John son.Somebody needs to talk Robert Plant into doing it.The rest of the boys are ready.

MeganElle
MeganElle

I'd like to see Oasis do a reunion tour, that would be the bees, knees :)

 

Kelly C
Kelly C

I feel like I can't say it because you already did, but it's absolutely The White Stripes. I didn't get to see them live, and it sort of feels like a have a hole in my concert-loving heart because of it. 

diandra
diandra

i would love for talking heads to do a reunion tour! :)

Vernie
Vernie

The Velvet Underground, hands down! But sadly since we would not be able to have the original band reunite, my next vote goes to Talking Heads.

Acrenshaw
Acrenshaw

If it was possible, the Beatles.  however some more realistic reunions that would be amazing would be the Original lineup of guns n roses, oasis, the clash, and the original lineup of kiss.  really my all time, #1 Reunion wishes would be Queen, velvet underground, Genesis, or the who

weatherman2111
weatherman2111

Oasis.  The onstage fireworks alone would be worth it.

msspanishteacher
msspanishteacher

Ben Folds Five...and it looks like it may happen  *fingers crossed*!

Daniel Myers
Daniel Myers

PINK FLOYD !!!!!.. What other band can truly be as awesome to reunite and perform some of the greatest and artful music of our time.. It's true it cannot be a full reunion without the Rick Wright (and Syd Barrett, of course).. but to have an extended show with the extraordinary musicians David Gilmour, Roger Waters and Nick Mason would be rock and roll bliss (for me)...

randomduck
randomduck

Genesis - but only with Peter Gabriel!

thejoeisup
thejoeisup

Well, I've already got Guided by Voices, but I'd also be down for:

 

1. Prince & The Revolution 

2. The Replacements

3. Smashing Pumpkins

Chris
Chris

The Kinks, and only The Kinks.   

 

Like the Beach Boys, they are pretty ancient history at this point, and a band that influenced a whole lotta bands that followed them - nearly Founding Fathers of rock and roll.

Shaun
Shaun

Talking Heads

Pressfocus
Pressfocus

Led Zepplin! (with Jason Bonham on drums - RIP John)

Jill
Jill

The Smiths!!!

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