You’re Gonna Need A Bigger Full Boat: Win a nine-night pass to the Rock And Roll Rumble


Another year of the annual Rock And Roll Rumble is upon us, and we here at Vanyaland want you to save a few bucks. We’ve partnered up with Rumble host and organizer Anngelle Wood to giveaway a “full boat” pass, which gets you on the list for all nine nights of this month’s friendly rock and roll throw down. That’s all six preliminary nights (April 12 to 14 and 16 to 18), both semi-final nights (April 23 and 24) and the gran finale on Friday, May 1.

That’s an $80 value, which means you’ll rock every night at T.T. The Bear’s Place with extra coin in your pocket and more booze in your belly. It’s a win-win.

Here’s how to win: From today until Friday on VanyaRadio’s This Is 617, we’ll designate one track as our official Rumble Song Of The Day. Write it down, then enter it in the form below. You’ll have three chances to win the full boat pass, and we’ll select a winner on Friday afternoon.


All you need is one, but be warned — the Rumble Song Of The Day could be from a band from the Class of 2015, or it could be a former Rumble winner or participant. So keep those ears sharp and listen for the word from host Michael Marotta. You can enter the contest as soon as you hear the first song, or wait until Friday — all submissions will be pulled at the same time after Friday’s show.

Rumble on, Rumble hard, Rumble Boston.


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Enter Rumbledome: Here are the nightly lineups for the 2015 Rock And Roll Rumble

Discovery Zone: Previewing the 2015 Rumble bands arriving from outside of Boston

Listen Up: Here are the 24 bands playing the 2015 Rock And Roll Rumble [updated]

Vanyaland Premiere: Watch Zip-Tie Handcuffs project faces and noise in ‘Weird Being’

Vanyaland Premiere: Yale, Massachusetts go for rock and roll glory on ‘Guts’

Vanyaland Premiere: Eternals slow it down to speed up in ‘There Might Be Fire’

Vanyaland Premiere: Listen to Goddamn Draculas’ triumphant rock and roll anthem, ‘Tomorrow’