Update!  Yeah, you can hang out with me but that is kind of lame.  But now you can come hang out with the boys from Alborn as they will be at Drunken Barrels in East Moline (821 15th Ave.) from 6pm-8pm as well!

Here is where you can win tickets.  Drawing will be held at 8pm at Drunken Barrels and you MUST be present to win.  The computer will first draw names for some of the smaller random prizes that I stole from other stations here at the Rock n Roll Mansion.  Then it will pick the winner of the Badflower and Corey Taylor tickets.

This will be your last chance to win tickets to see Badflower, Goodbye June and Alborn May 7th at The Rust Belt. (I'll have tickets to giveaway the following week on-air as we kick-off concert month, but this is your last chance to hang out at a bar with drinks and win the tickets.)  Plus, another chance to win tickets to the SOLD OUT Corey Taylor show (June 12, 13) taking place at the Rust Belt.

If you don't win tickets, you'll be able to buy your tickets for $30 with NO FEES that night at Drunken Barrels from Alborn.

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Plus, you know there will be drink specials when I-Rock 93.5 is there.  $2.50 domestics and $2.50 wells.  There won't be any food specials at this one.  Because Drunken Barrels is BYOF!  Yes, bring your own food.  So pick up a pizza, some BBQ, whatever you like from wherever you like and bring it to Drunken Barrels on April 30.

 

After we are done having fun and giving stuff away, stick around for live music from Ginger Roots.

Drunken Barrels was acquired by new owners, Ryan and Erica Stoner.  It is a very spacious bar with lots of seating, lots of dart boards and lots of fun.  If you aren't into darts, it is still a great place to come shoot a game of pool, meet friends and relax on your next night out or for some daytime fun.  The staff is very friendly and eager to serve you with a smile. Check them out here.

Get more info and tickets on the Badflower show here.

Get more info on the Corey Taylor show here.

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