Win Tickets to See BadBadNotGood Live in NYC

The Toronto trio Badbadnotgood is sliding through NYC for a select show on Friday, Feb. 8 and they’re giving away tickets! Partnering with WeDemand platform band will perform hits from their highly regarded debut projects and new joints from their newest release BBNG2.

The instrumental jazz hip-hop band comprised of Chester Hansen on bass, Alexander Sowinski playing drums, and Matthew Tavares on the keys, is known for their collabs with Aloe Blacc, Frank Ocean, and Tyler, The Creator. They’re performing thanks to WeDemand and a super-fan who purchased up to 30 tickets to lead the charge to bring the band to NYC and Boston.

We Demand is a new crowd-funding project that allows artists and audiences to connect more directly with each other by giving fans an opportunity to decide which artists they can see perform in their city. Basically as a fan, you are provided the ability to kick off ticket sales. Once the minimum is reached, tickets go on sale at retailers. An awesome way to allow patrons to pick their favorite artists to fall through their cities.

Thanks to their efforts, BadBadNotGood is not only in hearing range, but they’re giving you the chance to win tickets too. Check below for the show’s info, tix and how to win. Check out their newest album: BadBadNotGood – BBNG2

-> Click Here To Enter To Win Tickets <-

February 8 – NYC – Glasslands – (Door: $12) – Facebook event

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