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Crank up your summer at Universal Studios!

Win a pair of tickets to Universal Studios and The Summer Concert Series from June 1 to July 6.

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Appearing live on the Music Plaza stage, you can enjoy:

June 1 NE-YO

June 8 Nickelodeons Big Time Rush

June 15 Gavin DeGraw

June 22 Earth, Wind & Fire

June 29 Adam Lambert

July 6 Kip Moore

Plus, you'll experience rides and attractions that put you right into the action of your favorite movies and TV shows. Like the brand new TRANSFORMERS: The Ride-3D (opening Summer 2013), where you join the front lines of an intergalactic war alongside Optimus Prime and the Autobots!

On Summer Concert Series event nights, you'll also get free admission to the official after-party in 

Universal CityWalk perfect way to celebrate summer!

To win a pair of tickets, find a recent album review on orlandoweekly.com and let us know: 

  1. The name of the reviewer
  2. The album reviewed
  3. A short summary of the review 

Email your answers to contests@orlandoweekly.com to be entered to win.

Make sure to put "Summer Concert Series Tickets" in the subject line! 

Good luck! 

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