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You may have noticed that the Arizona State Fair has come back into town this October. Maybe you really want to go, but just can’t find the extra funds. Wouldn’t it be great if you and three of your closest friends or family could go for free? How about if you could go for free, and enjoy a show from Gavin Degraw and Andy Grammer? Well you’re in luck, because Bookmans just so happens to have four passes for admission and four passes to the concert for you, absolutely free! What do you need to do to obtain these fair tickets? Keep on reading and you will soon find out.

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Originally the fair opened its doors in 1884, but has been at the same location every year since 1905. 132 years later the Arizona State Fair is still one of the best attractions that comes into town year after year. There has been plenty of famous sightings at our fair including performances by Elvis Presley, Jimmy Hendrix and Nirvana. Joining the ranks this year are none other than Gavin Degraw known for his hits I Don’t Want To Be and Not Over You, and Andy Gammer who has graced the airwaves with such hits as Honey, I’m Good and Keep Your Head Up. If you are interested in seeing them live, and enjoy some good old fashioned fair food, then comment and let us know these three things:

What your favorite ride at the fair is, which Gavin Degraw or Andy Grammer song tickles your fancy and what new fair food are you most looking forward to trying this year.

On this Freebie Friday, answer us these three questions and you could be the lucky winner of not one, but four passes for admission to the Arizona State Fair, and four tickets to see Gavin Degraw and Andy Grammer live in concert 10/28. Take a deep breath, this is real! Comment down below with your answers, and good luck to all.

Winners are chosen using random.org. We will allow 24 hours for commenting and winners will be notified via email on Saturday, October 22nd. Comments are moderated and may take some time to appear. Please do not resubmit your comments — one is plenty.