Contest: Win Tickets To Day 26’s Album Release Show at SOB’s in NYC on Jan. 25


NYC, it’s contest time once again! 2018 is coming in strong with some major shows at New York City’s famed venue SOB’s. We have a special opportunity for a lucky fan to win tickets to see Day 26‘s release show for their new album A New Day on Thursday, January 25!

This past summer, Day 26 celebrated their 10-year-anniversary after being introduced to fans on MTV’s hit show “Making the Band 4.” The R&B quintet achieved great success having both of their albums debut at the top of the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. Their self-titled debut album also landed at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart.

Now, all 5 members are prepping for the release of their anticipated comeback album A New Day, and they are planning a very special concert experience for NYC fans!

For those of you in the tri-state area we have a pair of tickets available for their January 25th show at 6:30pm and they could be yours!!

See the rules and regulations for your chance to win below!

Rules & Regulations:

To enter for your chance to win, all you have to do is email us with the subject line ‘Day 26’ to, with the answer to the question below. Please include your Full Name and Email Address.

Question: How did the group get their name, Day 26?

In addition, you can increase your chances of winning by tweeting or posting a message on Facebook to @ThisisRnB saying: “I want to see @Day26official Live at @SOBs on January 25 @thisisrnb”. Send us the link or screen shot of your tweet/message in your email as well.

Ages 18+ only. The winners will be picked by random drawing of the submitted entries. The contest will run from today through Tuesday, Jan. 23 at 5 PM.

*Transportation will NOT be provided.

*Winners will receive a confirmation email with Will Call information.

Tickets are still available for purchase as well. You can buy tickets HERE.


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