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Millennium Stage 14th Anniversary featuring OK Go and Pomplamoose

Millennium Stage 14th Anniversary featuring OK Go and Pomplamoose

The Millennium Stage celebrates its 14th anniversary with a concert by OK Go, the defiantly do-it-yourself polymath band who has been called "trailblazing" by Billboard and "human catnip" by This American Life host Ira Glass.

Run Time

90 to 120 minutes

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Celebrate the 14th Anniversary of the Millennium Stage with OK Go and Pomplamoose.

FREE tickets required.

OK Go / Pomplamoose Ticket Giveaway
The contest for free tickets is now closed.

Winners will be randomly selected and notified on Thursday, June 16 by an email from the Kennedy Center. Odds of winning depend on the number of entries received and the total number of tickets requested.

There will be a standby line in the Kennedy Center Hall of Nations at 10 a.m. on the day of the concert (Thursday, June 23) to distribute any remaining tickets; however, there is no guarantee that additional tickets will become available. 

Reminder: No free parking when attending or picking up tickets for free events.

Please read the full giveaway rules. By entering the giveaway, you agree that you have reviewed the full contest rules and agree to be bound by all terms and conditions.
 
ABOUT THE BANDS:

OK Go is the polymath band who--with only five bucks and a camcorder--did what none of the giant record labels could, inventing a new way for a band to connect with fans and changing the way people think about music and the internet. But the most important thing about the band? Its music. What makes OK Go great is that they write and perform great songs. OK Go's Grammy-winning video for "Here It Goes Again," featuring an elaborately choreographed routine on treadmills, was viewed by more than one million people on YouTube in the first six days and has since been viewed more than 50 million times.

Pomplamoose is the musical duo--Jack Conte and Nataly Dawn--whose viral covers on YouTube have netted them Internet fame, a record deal, and a Hyundai commercial. Among the most popular Pomplamoose covers are "Single Ladies," "Telephone," and Michael Jackson's "Beat It." Their new cover is none other than the "Angry Birds" theme song--and Jack and Nataly sure look angry.

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