Enter to win a pair of tickets

to the Blues Rockin' Soul concert featuring Charles Bradley and His Extraodinaires at the Moose Light Blues Tent on Saturday night at the Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival!!
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Summary of Contest Rules:
No purchase, payment, contribution or donation necessary to enter or win.
Donating to the New Brunswick Green Party (“NBGP”) will not increase chances of winning. 
The contest begins on 12:00 am Eastern Time August 21, 2015 and closes on 11:59 am Eastern Time September 08, 2015, and no entries submitted after that date will be accepted. 
One (1) Winner will receive the following prize package: Two (2) tickets to the Blues Rockin’Soul Show featuring Charles Bradley and His Extraordinaires at the Moose Light Blues Tent, 7:30 pm Saturday Sept 19, for use by the Winner and her/his Guest; as well as a single $50 travel voucher to cover transportation costs if the Winner resides at a location more than 100km from the concert venue; plus a pre-concert refreshment with David Coon and his guest for the Winner and the Winner’s Guest (total value to Winner and Guest at least $20). 
The Contest Organizer will also determine, in its sole discretion, the date, location, duration, attendees, and all other relevant details of the prize. 
To enter the contest, ,mail a letter including your Name, Civic Address, telephone # and email address to the attention of Emma Chevarie, Office Manager, 403 Regent St., Suite B1, Fredericton, NB, E3B 3X6. Must be in writing and cannot be submitted over the phone or via livechat.
All written entries must be received by 11:59 am Eastern Time Tuesday September 08 at the Provincial Office in Fredericton, NB in order to be entered. 
Only one entry permitted per individual; mutliple entries by the same individual are not allowed. 
Entrance into this contest constitutes permission for the NBGP to use the participants’ names, cities and provinces/territories of residence and likenesses for purposes of advertising and publicity in any and all media now or hereafter known throughout the world in perpetuity, without further compensation, notification, or permission, unless prohibited by law. Odds of winning the Prize are dependent on the total number of entries to the contest. 
The Potential Winner will be selected by draw by an employee of the NBGP by 12 noon Eastern Time Wednesday September 09 2015, in Fredericton, NB, and must correctly answer a skill-testing question in order to be declared the Winner.
This contest is open to all Canadian citizens and permanent residents currently living in Canada who have reached the age of majority in New Brunswick as of the date the contest closes. 
The contest is not open to: officers and employees of The New Brunswick Green Party; and their immediate family members. This contest is void where prohibited.
Participants must agree to contest rules in order to participate.
Contest Organizer: The New Brunswick Green Party, 403 Regent St., Suite B1, Fredericton, NB, E3B 3X6.

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