Win FREE Tickets to 10,000 Maniacs @ Cohoes Music Hall

November 15th, 2016, 3:20 pm by Greg

The multi-platinum alt-rock band 10,000 Maniacs is currently on tour in support of their 35th anniversary and the release of their new live album Playing Favorites.

Led by vocalist Mary Ramsey and founding members Dennis Drew (keyboards) and Steve Gustafson (bass), the band is slated to make a tour-stop at the Cohoes Music Hall at 7:30pm on Saturday (November 19).

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Tickets are currently on sale, priced at $32, $42 & $52.

BUT WAIT… Have we got a deal for you! We’re giving away a pair of FREE TICKETS for the show to a lucky Nippertown reader! To enter the contest, just post a comment below. Please leave your email address, too. We won’t publish it, but we’ll use it to contact you if you win. The deadline to enter is 12:30pm on Friday (November 18), and the winner will be selected at random and notified on Friday afternoon. Enter today! And good luck! Congratulations to the winner, who has been notified by email.

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15 thoughts on “Win FREE Tickets to 10,000 Maniacs @ Cohoes Music Hall”

  1. Steve Nover says:

    there’s only one maniac I’m worried about

  2. Mrs B says:

    Wow love to enjoy a 1990s flashback!

  3. jim says:

    Saw them a LOOOONG time ago, would love to see them again

  4. Mike says:

    I am the 10,001st Maniac! Love these guys, even without Natalie fronting.

  5. John says:


  6. Dan says:

    I need two to woo.

  7. Erin says:

    o man! i would love, LOVE to see these guys!

  8. Terry says:

    Saw them at Alive at Five- still a great band

  9. Sara says:

    Senior Prom Theme Song 1996 – “These Are Days” selected by yours truly!

  10. Mark says:

    Love maniacs

  11. Jackie S says:

    Would love to win tics to the concert!

  12. john says:

    Pick me!

  13. Shawn says:

    Would love to see them again

  14. Robert Golden says:

    Great venue.

  15. JWR says:

    Saw them for the first time February 1986 Fredonia St campus Center. $5 ticket.

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