CONTEST: Win Tickets to the Postal Service in NYC June 15th!

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Enter our contest for a chance to win a pair of tickets to the Postal Service at the Barclays Center in New York City on June 15th.

From their press release, "In the wake of a rapturous response to an opening week of its 10th anniversary tour including two show-stopping Coachella sets (see above), the Postal Service has confirmed the addition of five new arena and amphitheater dates in Seattle, Santa Barbara, San Diego and Los Angeles". The Postal Service begin their summer tour this weekend with dates in Europe before returning to the US (full dates are below). When they reach New York, they'll be playing two shows at the Barclays Center; the first on June 14th is sold out already but we've got a pair of tickets for you to see them on June 15th. We'd rather you not dally and miss the chance to see the band (who knows when they'll tour again?) so you should probably head over to Ticketmaster and pick up tickets now. But if you're patient, and lucky, you can use the widget below to enter the contest for tickets to the second NYC show!

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Tour dates:

05/18/13 Sat - Manchester UK @ Academy (SOLD OUT) ***

05/19/13 Sun - London UK @ Brixton Academy (SOLD OUT) ***

05/20/13 Mon - London UK @ Brixton Academy (SOLD OUT) ***

05/21/13 Tues - Paris FR @ Trianon ***

05/23/13 Thu - Barcelona SP @ Primavera Sound 2013

05/27/13 Mon - Sasquatch Music Festival, George, WA (SOLD OUT)

05/28/13 Tues - Boise ID @ Knitting Factory (SOLD OUT) *

05/29/13 Weds - Magna UT @ Saltair *

05/30/13 Thu - Morrison CO @ Red Rocks Amphitheater + (SOLD OUT)

06/01/13 Sat - Houston TX @ Free Press Summer Fest

06/02/13 Sun - Cedar Park TX @ Cedar Park +

06/03/13 Mon - Grand Prairie TX @ Verizon Theater +

06/05/13 Wed - Orlando FL @ Hard Rock Live (SOLD OUT) +

06/06/13 Thu - Atlanta GA @ Fox Theater (SOLD OUT) +

06/07/13 Fri - Raleigh NC @ Red Hat Amphitheater +

06/08/13 Sat - Columbus OH @ LC Pavilion (SOLD OUT)

06/10/13 Mon - Detroit MI @ Fillmore Detroit (SOLD OUT) +

06/11/13 Tues - Toronto ON @ Air Canada Centre #

06/12/13 Wed - Boston MA @ Bank of America Pavilion #

06/14/13 Fri - New York NY @ Barclays Center (SOLD OUT) #

06/15/13 Sat - New York NY @ Barclays Center +

06/17/13 Mon - Philadelphia PA @ Mann Center for the Performing Arts +

06/18/13 Tue - Columbia MD @ Merriweather Post Pavilion +

07/16/13 Tues - Vancouver BC @ Rogers Arena %

07/17/13 Wed - Portland OR @ Rose Garden Arena %

07/18/13 Thu -- Seattle WA @ Key Arena %

07/20/13 Sat -- Santa Barbara CA @ Santa Barbara Bowl %

07/21/13 Sun -- San Diego CA @ SDSU Open Air Theater %

07/23/13 Tue -- Los Angeles CA @ Greek Theater %

07/24/13 Wed -- Los Angeles CA @ Greek Theater ^

07/26/13 Fri - Berkeley CA @ Greek Theater (SOLD OUT) %

07/27/13 Sat - Berkeley CA @ Greek Theater

07/30/13 Tues - Kansas City MO @ Midland Theater #

07/31/13 Wed - Kansas City MO @ Midland Theater (SOLD OUT) #

08/02/13 Fri - St. Paul MN @ Roy Wilkins Auditorium #

08/03/13 Sat - Chicago IL @ Lollapalooza

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