Live music ticket giveaway.

Live music ticket giveaway

Here's your chance to win tickets! Twin Peaks and Shred Kelly.

Would you like to win two tickets to see Shred Kelly play at the Rossland Miners’ Hall on Friday, March 20?

Then just tell us in 40 words or less what your favourite part of the Rossland News is and why. The winner will be the most creative entry as judged by the Rossland News.

Make sure to send your entries to us before 5 p.m. on Friday, March 13 to or post a comment to our facebook page at

We also have a double pass to giveaway for the Twin Peaks show at Rafters on Saturday, March 7. Twin Peaks are touring in support of their most recent album, Wild Onion. To win, write to us and tell us your favourite Twin Peaks song. Email entries by 5 p.m. Friday, March 6 to  or post a comment to our facebook page at


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