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Win tickets to TAIKOPROJECT

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UPDATE 10/29: Our winner is Candelario Luna. Congratulations!

ORIGINAL ENTRY: This sounds as if it’s going to be an amazing cultural event. The energetic company known as TAIKOPROJECT comes to the Shaghoian Hall 7:30 p.m. Saturday in a show sponsored by the Lively Arts Foundation, and the performance is sure to pump up the audience. We have two tickets to give away to a lucky Beehive reader.

Just leave a comment on this post. The deadline is 3 p.m. Thursday.

We’ll pick the winner at random and notify him or her via e-mail. So leave a real e-mail address, and check it, because there’s a quick turnaround on this giveaway. No repeat comments please. You’re ineligible if you’ve won something from us in the past 30 days. Full rules after the jump.

GIVEAWAY RULES
Only readers who submit a comment on this post are eligible. One winner will be picked at random. To be eligible, a commenter must not have won a prize on FresnoBeehive.com in the previous 30 days. Recipients will be notified by e-mail at the end of each giveaway period. No substitutions or transfer of winners/prizes. Prizes are not redeemable for cash. Some prizes may have due dates for redemption/use. Employees and immediate family of The Fresno Bee, fresnobee.com and any/all of the participating giveaway sponsors, are not eligible to win. By accepting a giveaway, recipient consents to allow the use of his/her name and/or photograph for advertising or similar promotions without further compensation. Winner releases all sponsors of liability regarding use and enjoyment of the prizes. Tax liabilities and insurance, if any, are sole responsibility of the winner. No purchase necessary to win.

Responses to "Win tickets to TAIKOPROJECT"

Michele says:

Sounds great! I would love to go.

Kristy Page says:

I love this!

Andrew says:

I am keeping my fingers crossed. I quite enjoyed the video at their site.

Crystal Cano says:

I would love to see this!!!

Susette Ishizuka says:

I’ve seen the Taiko group from Fresno State and the Betsuin Temple, both are wonderful. But I want to know how we score with an out of town group.

AMY says:

I’M GOING!

Gena says:

I love Taiko! Please pick me.

Karen Mukai says:

I’ve seen many Tako groups perform, but a professional group with great showmanship is always a treat to see!

I would love to go : )

Lynn habib says:

Would love to go

Diego says:

I would love to give my 15 yr old son this unique chance to see Taikoproject. He is a student athlete at Central East High School and this year has broadened his horizons by joining a dance group (that will be performing this Saturday) and choir. This would be a great cultural treat.

kathy hamada says:

I’ve seen them perform many times and they are always awesome! We are especially lucky to have two On Ensemble members come to perform….Mas Baba and Kris Bergstrom. Both are incredible musicians!

Bobbie Blau says:

I love percussion groups. I was a drumline mom for 8 years. Would love to see this group.

Toni G says:

Would love to see this show!!

gloria Hernandez says:

OMG i would Love to go!!!

Maria Corona says:

This sounds amazing. Never seen them before. Would love to see the performance.
Looks energetic.

Alli Bigelow says:

I would love to go! Pick me!

La Luna says:

Taiko drumming rocks!

Gustavo says:

I love Nippon culture!!! I want go!!!!PLEASE…………

M. Isaac says:

This sounds amazing! would love to go!

Dan Yamamoto says:

Seen them before, very entertaining.

Danny Y. says:

Saw the San Jose Taiko a number of years ago in Reno. Was totally impressed by their artistic flair. Have seen other groups at Pismo Beach and a local group at a Fresno State game. They never fail to entertain. Looking forward to seeing this group perform.

Ashley Briscoe says:

I have really missed Taiko since I’ve moved to Fresno……

Rosemary says:

Would love to take my grand daughter to see this!

AQ says:

Looking forward to attending.

Ken Phillips says:

I love the pounding, driving, and sometimes haunting rhythm of Taiko drumming!

Kim O. says:

Taiko drumming is so exciting to hear! I’d love to go!

Patty Wilson says:

An amazing event and hopefully something my Dad could hear or at least feel!

Mimi says:

I used to perform Taiko at my school in Japan. I would love to take my daughter!

martin allred says:

The driving beat of these drums sends chill up my spine, I gotta go.