Golf & Guitars Ticket Giveaway
Engine 145 is proud to partner once more with Golf & Guitars, an annual golf tournament/concert event at Haggin Oaks Golf Complex in Sacramento, California that raises money for worthy charitable organizations. This year’s proceeds will go to Jenna & Patrick’s Foundation of Hope, a nonprofit dedicated to fighting Cystinosis, a rare metabolic disease that mostly affects children, and the Morton Golf Foundation, which brings the game of golf to disabled, youth, and under-served communities in Northern California.
Golf & Guitars VI is shaping up to be the biggest G&G yet; it’s expanded to a two-day event, and artists like Joe Nichols, Joey + Rory, Jack Ingram, Jerrod Niemann, and Maggie Rose are scheduled to perform. Nearly all of the tickets to this year’s shindig are sold out, but we’ve saved a pair of two-day general admission wrist bands to award one lucky E145 reader. Travel isn’t included, so please only enter this giveaway if you can make the trip out to Haggin Oaks for the May 20-21 event.
To enter, leave a comment on this post mentioning your favorite song recorded by one of this year’s Golf & Guitars artists (check out the full lineup and schedule here). The deadline is 12 p.m. Eastern on Monday, May 13, 2013. A winner will be notified by email, so make sure you use a valid address.
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