NPR’s iconic news quiz Wait Wait...Don’t Tell Me! is coming to San Francisco's Nourse Theatre in July! All three of these live performances and recordings are sold out, but we've got a precious pair of tickets for the night of Thursday, July 24th to be won.
How? In the witty spirit of the show, we’re asking you to caption this 1950s image from KQED’s vaults with a suitable news headline:
Caption this image with a suitably amusing headline and you could win our contest!
The creator of the funniest, most creative headline, as judged by KQED’s designated experts, will win the coveted tickets. Remember, short and sweet always works best.
Enter on social media via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram!
1. Via Facebook: Post your headline to KQED's Facebook Page with the hashtag #WaitWaitTickets
2. Via Twitter: Tweet your headline to @KQED with the hashtag #WaitWaitTickets
3. Via Instagram: Repost the photo from @KQEDofficial’s Instagram to your own Instagram account with your headline and the hashtag #WaitWaitTickets
The deadline for entries is 11.59pm on Monday July 14 and the winner will be notified via Facebook Message (remember to check your "Other" inbox), Twitter Direct Message or Instagram Direct on Tuesday, July 15. Good luck!
The Rules (Short Version)
The creator of our favorite headline wins two tickets to a live performance and recording of Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me! at the Nourse Theatre, San Francisco on Thursday, July 24, 2014. The value of the prize is $150, and does not include transportation to or from the venue. You can only enter once, whether it's by Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. You must be a California resident and 18 years or older to participate, and employees of KQED are not eligible to enter. This contest is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, and by entering you release Facebook, Twitter and Instagram from any and all liability associated with this contest.
The Rules (Long Version)
To see them, click here.