Win Tickets to California Academy of Sciences Earthquake Premiere Party!

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Party like it’s 1906! Be the first to experience the California Academy of Science's brand new exhibit and planetarium show.

Travel back to a time when San Francisco, the ‘Paris of America,’ was the largest port city in the west—rich in gold, industry and culture, full of excitement, grit, beauty and mischief—and be the first to see the brand new Earthquake exhibit and planetarium show at the California Academy of Sciences.  Experience a taste of the seedy Barbary Coast brought to life through variety shows, art installations, roving characters and live music provided by the Vau de Vire Society. Feel the awesome power of the Great Quake in an earthquake simulator, try a Pisco Punch or Martinez cocktail, and then dance the night away to the old–timey sounds of the Sour Mash Hug Band.

Sounds like something you'd be in to? Of course it does! Lucky for you, we have a pair of Premiere Party tickets, which include access to the Earthquake exhibit, planetarium show, and two complimentary drinks!

All you have to do to enter our giveaway is answer the following question:

Who was the President of the United States in 1906?

Email us your answer and full name for Will Call to giveaway@kqed.org and from all correct entries, we'll randomly select 1 winner for 1 pair of tickets. Deadline to enter is Monday, May 21 at 12pm.

Event is 21 and over. Value of each ticket: $158. You must be a California resident and 18 years or older to participate. Employees of KQED are not eligible to enter.

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  1. Teddy Roosevelt! Our office reealllllyyy wants to go:) And it’s my friend Rosa’s 27th birthday. We really want to go and we are girls on a budget.

    Thanks,
    Jessica

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