Cage the Elephant and Muse Contest Rules

Beginning at 5:00pm on April 9, 2013 through 5:59PM on April 12, 2013, you can attempt win 2 tickets for the Muse/Cage the Elephant concert to take place September 6, 2013 at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Each winner will receive 2 tickets valued at $65 each retail for a total prize value of $130.  The contest is open to those who hold a valid article of state identification and are 18 years of age or older and those 18 or older with a valid Military I.D.

To attempt to win, one must listen for the contest cue to call.  When it airs, the 9th person to call 931-431-0975 will be named a winner.  Prizes must be claimed no later than 5pm on July 31, 2013.  Complete WZZP contest rules apply and are available at

WZZP contests are open to those 18 or older have not won anything on WZZP in the past 30 days or any prize valued at $600 or more in the past 6 months. Only one winner per household is permitted within 30 days after a household has a winner. Any prize awarded to an ineligible listener will be deemed null and void, and an alternate eligible winner may be named.

Employees of WZZP, SAGA COMMUNICATIONS OF TUCKESSEE, and its ultimate parent company, Saga Communications, Inc., their advertising agencies, affiliates, contest sponsors, employees and immediate families of each, and employees of all media of mass communication within a one hundred mile radius of the WZZP main studio are not eligible to win any contest.  Immediate family includes the spouse, great-grandparents, grandparents, parents, brothers, sisters, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren of the employee and his/her spouse. This also includes individuals for whom the employee is current legal guardian.

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