Contest: Anti-Valentine’s Day Black + White Party EXTRAVAGANZA!!!

Traditional Valentine’s Day romantic-ness isn’t for everyone. I have to be honest, it isn’t really for me. That’s why I was excited to hear about the Anti-Valentine’s Day Black + White Party EXTRAVAGANZA at the Mercy Lounge on Valentine’s Day. Well, that and because I play guitar for the Dance Rock Sellouts, but that’s beside the point. Even without me and my band I’d be super pumped for this event.

There will be fantastic music from Bobby Exodus and friends, Telecommunicators, and, as previously mentioned, The Dance Rock Sellouts. There will be a photobooth. There will be people dressed in black & white. There will also be prizes, live karaoke, and cookies (from me).

Here’s the thing, the show isn’t free. It’s $8, but since I have connections (duh) I’ve managed to snag TWO pairs of tickets to give away for the show tonight. I’ll randomly pick a winner sometime on Valentine’s Day. Don’t worry, I’ll let you know in advance.

All you have to do to enter is comment on this post. You don’t even have to say something interesting. Bonus points if you tell me the story of the worst date you’ve ever been on!




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  • Sarah B

    no comments yet? this show sounds awesome! even without cookies 🙂

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  • Jlweaver

    Uh, I’ve only been on one “date” before, so I guess it’d have to be the worst (and best!) one, right?

  • Dan

    The worst date I’ve ever been on was with an intern for the Human Rights Campaign. He was obsessed with gayness and was NOT HAPPY when I said I wasn’t that worried about Michele Bachmann because she’d never ever get elected anyway. (Who was right?) Rather than just not get in touch again like a normal bad-first-date-guy would, he went out of his way to Facebook-message me later to say there was no chemistry (duh), as though he assumed I’d soon be all up ons otherwise. No no.