US News: Future Islands in the Columbiahalle: We are giving away 5 × 2 tickets

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since it was founded in 2006, Future Islands's limitless dedication to music. They pour their heart and soul into every single moment and channel the great power of art to spread love and hope. Long, hard years on the street and the feeling of constantly moving away from something have shaped the band in many ways. Nevertheless, Future Islands have always remained true to themselves in recent years. With "The Moon is Blue", the band is now demonstrating this.

Am 18. August spielen Future Islands live in der Columbiahalle. Wir verlosen 5×2 Tickets. Foto: Justin Flyte © provided by Tipberlin On August 18, Future Islands play live in the Columbiahalle. We are giving away 5 × 2 tickets. Photo: Justin Flyte competition: We are giving away 5 × 2 tickets for Future Islands

We are giving away 5 × 2 tickets for the concert by Future Islands on August 18 in the Columbiahalle. If you would like to take part in the competition, send an email with the subject "Future Islands" to [email protected] by August 15, 2022. The winners: Shortly afterwards, we notify us. The legal process is excluded. More information here.

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