Cosmic Event Facebook Contest

We are officially launching the biggest, baddest contest we could possibly dream up. We asked you, the fans, what you would want for prizes. How does this sound:

Grand Prize Winner: First listen of our new album “Between Here and Now” and Choose your prize-

  • Day w/SGD and private concert.
  • Star in next SGD music video.
  • Autographed guitar or snare drum.
  • Instrument or voice lesson with SGD.
  • Record a song with SGD.
(5) Runner-ups: First listen of our new album “Between Here and Now”, concert tickets and backstage passes, and autographed merchandise.
The Contest: Stars Go Dim currently has 33,400 Facebook “Likes” on www.facebook.com/starsgodim. Enter the contest and help us reach 40,000 by July 15th for your chance to win one of the amazing prizes. You will create a Facebook Event encouraging your friends to “Attend” and then “Like” the page www.facebook.com/starsgodim. If we reach 40,000 “Likes” by July 15 (11:59pm EST) winners will be chosen randomly by members of Stars Go Dim and announced July 20th. Stars Go Dim will pay attention to “effort” more than anything else.
How to Enter: Details on how to enter this contest are posted on www.starsgodim.com and www.facebook.com/starsgodim. Enter now!

Upcoming Shows

Chisholm Trail Festival
June 26, 2011 | Newton, KS

Rockets Over Rhema
July 3, 2011 | Tulsa, OK

Fort Leonard Wood Military Base
July 4, 2011 | Fort Leonard Wood, MO

Metropolitan
Aug 4, 2011 | Arlington, TX

Rock the Desert Festival (12 noon)
Aug 5, 2011 | Midland, TX

Activate Festival (evening)
Aug 5, 2011 | El Paso, TX

Rock the Desert Festival
Aug 6, 2011 | Midland, TX

Many more dates and information on
www.starsgodim.com.

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