Contest: FREE Tickets for Orange Tulip Conspiracy’s May Tour

By Scott Morrow
April 20, 2009

Covering vast swaths of sonic territory in any given few songs, Orange Tulip Conspiracy channels prog fusion, psychedelic rock, 1950s jazz guitar, avant metal, Romani melodies, and much more. Now, as the band prepares for a nationwide tour in May, five ALARM readers can win a pair of tickets to see its hefty talents in person in cities of their choice.

Orange Tulip Conspiracy: “Ignis Fatuus”
Orange Tulip Conspiracy: \”Ignis Fatuus\”

The group’s debut album, released last year on Mimicry Records, is penned by Estradasphere guitarist Jason Schimmel, whose Q&A with ALARM can be read here.

The OTC tour begins May 1 in Seattle and runs through the Midwest, the East Coast, and the South before finishing up in California. The five winners of this contest can choose which show they would like to attend; the complete list can be seen at the band’s MySpace page and in the contest form below.

**This contest is now closed. Thanks for your participation, and congrats to the winners.**

One entry per person. Contests are only open to ALARM newsletter subscribers. By entering your e-mail address you are signing up for our exclusive e-mail newsletter. You can always unsubscribe if you don’t like it, and you’ll still be eligible to win any contest you entered.

Orange Tulip Conspiracy: www.orangetulipconspiracy.com
Mimicry Records: www.webofmimicry.com

By Scott Morrow April 20, 2009
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