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Tomorrow Never Knows Giveaway

By Scott Smith in Arts & Entertainment on Jan 3, 2007 5:25PM

As we noted yesterday, winter is on its way (though you’d never know it), which means it’s harder to convince yourself to leave the house and spend time seeing great live music. But it also means it’s time for 2007_01_tnk.jpgTomorrow Never Knows, the “mini-winter-indie-fest” at Schuba's, now in its third year. We’ve got a pair of tickets to give away for the five-day fest that are yours for the having, if we pick your name.

Originally started around a record-release show for the group Paper Airplane Pilots, the once weekend-long fest is now a full five days of indie rock, featuring local and national acts. Starting on Wednesday the 10th and running through Sunday the 14th, the fest hosts Chicago mainstays like Office, Mucca Pazza, The Ponys and Bound Stems, along with Champaign popsters Headlights, NYC’s French Kicks and Dirty On Purpose, Margot and the Nuclear So and So’s, The Bees from Nashville, and Tigercity out of the hotbed of rock that is Northampton, MA. DJ sets follow each show, and there are even some kid-friendly afternoon lineups on the weekends with The Blisters (the one with Tweedy's kid, not this one) and Paul Green’s School of Rock. The full lineup is available at

Five-day passes are available for $50, while individual nights are $15. All evening shows are 18 and over, while the matinee performances are all-ages.

To win a pair of five-day passes for Tomorrow Never Knows, click the jump to enter. One winner will be randomly chosen from all entries received. One entry per person, and the contest ends Thursday night. The winner will be notified via e-mail. Losers will have to see if The Blisters need a grown-up to be their roadie.