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Wed., June 1, 2011, 10:34 a.m.

Free KISS tickets — but you’ll have to work for them

The Spokane Arena is staging a contest for free KISS tickets -- and these are excellent tickets, in the first five rows.

But you'll have to work for them. The rules are complicated, so I'm just going to paste the Arena's instructions in here:

Here’s how it works: We’ve devised a series of 10 “challenges” that must be completed by participants in order for them to be entered to win these amazing tickets. Beginning Monday, June 6 these challenges and the Pucker Up For KISS Tickets contest will be available to everyone on the SCVNGR app.


Want to play? Here’s what you’ll need to do:

1.     Download the SCVNGR app from iPhone App Store or Android Market.

2.     Start the SCVNGR app and create an account.

3.     Once completed, click the ‘Treks’ icon and select the Full Frame Trek.

4.     Click on a location, then complete the listed ‘Challenges in Treks.’ After completing, return to the Full Frame Trek screen to select your next location! Only Challenges within the Trek will count toward your total score.


Don’t have an iPhone or Android Phone? Not to worry, you can still play with your camera phone! On Monday, June 6 text KISSTICKETS to 728647 and the contest instructions and challenges will be sent directly to you via text message. Regular text message rates apply.


Once you have finished all of the challenges, you’re automatically entered to win 5th, 4th, 3rd, 2nd or FIRST ROW tickets to see KISS on Friday, June 24 at the Spokane Arena.


The contest ends on Friday, June 10 – so you better get those lips movin’! For more information on the contest and on SCVNGR please visit


KISS will be play the Spokane Arena on Friday, June 24 at 7:45pm. Reserved Seat tickets are $47.50, $67.50 and $97.50 and are on sale now at the Spokane Arena Box Office, all TicketsWest Outlets, or by calling 800-325-SEAT!

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