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Win tickets to ‘Live and Let Die’


UPDATE: Congratulations to our winners: Ron Elkins and Nu Vang.

ORIGINAL POST: Yes, we are awash in ticket giveaways this week on the Beehive. Which is good news for you, devoted readers. I just got my hands on two tickets to the Fresno Philharmonic’s pops concert “Live and Let Die: A Symphonic Tribute to the Music of Paul McCartne,” which performs Saturday at the Saroyan Theatre. We’re featuring the concert, starring veteran McCartney performer Tony Kishman, in tomorrow’s 7 cover story.

To enter, leave a comment below telling us what you would do if you got the chance to meet the real Paul McCartney. Deadline is 6 p.m. today (Thursday). One comment per person, please. I’ll be informing winners after 6 via email, so check yours around that time. These are paper tickets, so if you’re the winner, you’ll have to pick up your tickets at The Bee’s front lobby on Friday. Rules are on the jump.

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, 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 ‘Live and Let Die’"

Nu says:

If I met Paul McCartney, I’d prob interview him about his experience as an artist and what inspired him to keep writing and singing songs. I love the Beatles song Strawberry Fields and Blackbird.

Robin McDonald says:

If I could meet the real Paul McCartney I would thank him for the music he brought to my youth, the humanitarian acts he has given the world and for reminding us that age only makes us better.

Koko says:

I might be speechless but Sir, thank you for the Rock and Roll. Thank you for the inspiration. Thank you for the songs and lyrics that touch a lot of people and made their life. Either in happiness or sad and sorrow.

Ron says:

I’d ask what his best memories are, music wise. I’d ask about John, George & his beloved Linda. I’d thank him for the joy that his music has given me. I still remember hearing Let It Be for this first time and where I was. I would love to see the real Paul in concert.

Gina Sandoval says:

Awww i missed this! would have loved to see this!

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