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Win front row tickets to see Jimmy Buffett here

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FOX 2 wants to put you in the front row of this summer's hottest concert.

Become a part of FOX 2 Facebook community between now and 9 a.m. Friday for your chance to win a pair of front row tickets to see Jimmy Buffett's 'Songs from St. Anywhere' tour on Saturday, July 20 at Comerica Park.

How does it work?

New Facebook fans can 'Like' the FOX 2 Detroit Facebook page and fill our their registration. Existing Facebook fans can also win the tickets (valued at $500). Just click the 'Enter the Contest' link above to begin. We'll announce the winner Friday morning after 9 a.m.

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