Enter by 8 PM Tonight To Win One of 5 Pairs of Free Tickets for Dakshina’s Spring Concert Tomorrow & Sunday at Dance Place & and May 6th at Reston Community Center

Enter to win a pair of tickets to Dakshina’s performances

Dakshina is giving away 5 pairs of tickets to their Spring performances May 2nd and 3rd at Dance Place and May 6th at Reston Community Center.


Simply email your 1) full name, 2) number of tickets you’d like and 3) the day of your first preference and second preference to [email protected]  by 8 pm TONIGHT – Friday May 1st. 

Ticket winners will be selected randomly and notified via email by 9 pm TONIGHT

 Tickets are valued at $25 each.

This is a rare opportunity to see the premiere of a new modern dance titled “Mortal Tongues, Immortal Stories,”  using the poetry of writers who we have lost to AIDS and classical Indian dance our own Nation’s capital.  Send us your entry now, with 5 randomized pairs, everyone has a chance to win!  Please help us spread the word of the performances.  Complete  information is available at www.dakshina.org.

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