Find the LAST of the FREE tickets to tonights Queens of the Stoneage concert and Madison Square Garden that are hidden on the Subway. Hidden in plain sight? Check out that details here:
It’s a simple formula; Iconic band + Iconic venue = fully fueled Hype Train. Seems like that hype train might just be the Q train.
Queens Of The Stone Age play famous Madison Square Garden tonight (October 24) and have hidden free tickets to the show on the New York Subway.
Josh Homme and band play to promote their recent album ‘Villains’, and for an extra slash of drama, the band is giving fans the chance to find free tickets that they’ve hidden on the Q train line.
As Gothamist reported yesterday that envelopes containing three sets of free tickets have been hidden at the 57th Street/7th Avenue, 14th Street-Union Square, and Canal Street/Broadway stops. Queens Of The Stone Age’s label Matador Records confirmed the story with a series of Instagram posts:
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The good news, we can only confirm that one of the three sets of tickets have been found… meaning that there are still two envelopes of three tickets up for grabs.
Michael Palmer, an NJ born musician, found the first tickets yesterday on his lunch hour:
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If you’re getting a serious Willy-Wonka-golden-ticket vibe, you aren’t alone. With two sets of tickets up for grabs, the search is on before tonight’s show. Good luck SecretNYCers!
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