Win Two Tickets to AJJ's August 18 Concert at Rebel Lounge

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Fresh off the release of a new music video, AJJ (formerly known as Andrew Jackson Jihad) is playing a pair of homecoming shows at Rebel Lounge next week. Tickets will set you back $20 a pair, but if you've already ran through your monthly folk-punk budget, never fear. New Times will be giving away a pair of tickets to the first of the two nights, Thursday, August 18. 

Here's what you need to do to win the tickets:

Go to the Phoenix New Times Music Facebook page.

Click the "like" button to make sure you get all the latest updates and news from the Phoenix music scene.

Scroll through the feed to find the post linking to this article. (Or simply click here.)

Leave a comment with your favorite AJJ song and why.

And that's it! The winner will be notified next week before the concert. 

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