The Rolling Stones in Shine a Light

Since there is absolutely nothing more that you could possibly want out of life then to see The Rolling Stones on the massive screen that is IMAX — and we know this because their DVDs, CDs and documentaries still sell like crazy — we thought we would get with the fine folks at Paramount and arrange for some of our awesome readers to see it all for free. Yes, that is correct, Shine a Light, directed by the great Martin Scorsese, features a career-spanning look at the Rolling Stones, quite possibly one of the most prolific musical entities of all-time, right up there with The Beatles, but with more cocaine along the way.

What would you do for FREE tickets to see this thing on your local IMAX screen? It doesn’t matter — because all you really have to do is be a subscriber to our Daily Email Updates (just once per day, we promise) and we will automatically give you a chance to win one of ten (10) pairs of passes that we have scored to see the film. Not a subscriber? Well, after you are done feeling shame, please use the form below to sign up. Once you have activated your subscription, you will be automatically entered into this and any other upcoming contests. It is that simple. So start it up, shake it loose or do whatever you have to do, because the Stones are coming to IMAX — and you’d be a fool if you missed it.

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