Win free Kathy Griffin tickets from Project Q

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imageWhat’s better than Kathy Griffin’s Aug. 14 return to Atlanta at the Fox? For fans of the no-holds-barred comedian, the only way to top it is to attend the show for free. Allow us to assist.

In partnership with AEG Live, Project Q Atlanta holds two tickets to the 7 p.m. performance (Griffin, photo, also does a 10 p.m. show that night.) in our hot little hands. Would you like us to slip them into your pocket? You know you want ‘em.

We make it pretty easy, but before we do, a little more enticement:

Griffin’s razor-sharp approach to celebrity dish, snarky take-no-prisoners character assassinations (allegedly, of course), and an undying devotion to her gays just make us paraphrase Kathy herself: “They hate her. We love her. You will too. Here’s why”:

Emmys now flow, “My Life On the D List” dominates the ratings, and there’s no sign of the dynamic diva slowing her tour schedule or television appearances. (Who else can call Anderson Cooper “Andy” on New Year’s and get away with it?). Best of all, Griffin remains at the top of her onstage game and her role as unapologetic publicity whore.

“So how do I get a chance at my free tickets, already?” you ask. Mmmmm. What would you be willing to do? But seriously, all we ask in return is for you to sign up for our weekly e-newsletter here.

That’s it. And don’t worry. It’s free, we don’t spam people, and we never share your e-mail address with anyone.

Each Thursday’s e-blast gives you a preview of our Gay Agenda calendar of events for the weekend, a roundup of our most recent photo galleries from LGBT Atlanta, and a look at our most popular headlines of the week. There are more special surprises in there from our advertising partners, as well. View this week’s e-mail blast for a sneak peek.

From the new subscribers, one lucky winner will be chosen at random to receive the pair of tickets. The only rules of engagement are that we will close the contest on Sunday, July 25 at midnight and notify the winners with ticket details at the e-mail addresses they provide beginning July 26.

Winners will have 24 hours to accept the tickets, or we will select someone who’s quicker on the draw.

If you’d rather not gamble on a chance to see your girl, you can buy tickets to either the 7 p.m. or 10 p.m. performance (or both) now. Tell ‘em you heard about it through Project Q Atlanta.


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