Thirty-nine Metro Detroit Dodge dealers are running a “Tickets for Test Drive” promotion from now until July 11th, giving away up to 4,000 tickets to the “Dodge Presents The Hollywood Vampires” concert on Saturday, July 16th at Detroit’s DTE Energy Music Theatre to consumers who test drive a new Dodge vehicle. The Hollywood Vampires feature Alice Cooper, Joe Perry and Johnny Depp.
The ticket giveaway is open to Michigan residents, 18 years of age or older with a valid U.S. driver’s license at the time of the dealer visit. Each participant receives a voucher for two lawn tickets to the “Dodge Presents The Hollywood Vampires” concert, a total face value of $50. DTE Energy Music Theatre fees of $8.50 per ticket will still apply. Vouchers must be redeemed online for printed tickets at palacenet.com/hollywoodvampires. Limit one voucher per person, household or address.
“We encourage Dodge fans and Hollywood Vampires fans to visit a Metro Detroit Dodge dealership to test drive a Dodge vehicle and walk away with a pair of lawn tickets on us,” said Jeff Hines, Director, Great Lakes Business Center, FCA US. “We’re all excited to see Alice Cooper, Joe Perry and Johnny Depp together live and want our local Dodge fans to be a part of the action.”
To participate, visit one of 39 participating Metro Detroit Dodge dealers in Lapeer, Livingston, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, Sanilac, St. Clair, Washtenaw and Wayne counties, test drive a new Dodge vehicle and receive one concert ticket voucher, redeemable for two lawn seats. Tickets must be redeemed online and printed. Voucher is not valid for entry. Face value for each ticket is $25. A facility fee of $8.50 per ticket will still apply.
Earlier this year, the FCA US Great Lakes Business Center, the Detroit Pistons and Palace Sports & Entertainment announced a partnership that includes exclusive naming rights to the West Atrium at The Palace of Auburn Hills and naming rights to the Ivy Lounge at DTE Energy Music Theatre.
Author: Buddy Iahn
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