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“Most of what I’ve learned about human nature in my twenties has happened after dark. People are just kind of more honest then. More deliberate. I like to call the places I go to Night Schools,” says Alan Palomo, also known as Neon Indian. It is your turn to go to night school with Neon Indian at 8 p.m. on Thursday, March 10 at The Rialto Theatre as we give away a pair of passes this Ticket Tuesday.

Ticket Tuesdays -- Neon Indian at The Rialto

Night School was conceived during a period of aesthetic reinvention for Palomo as he retooled the lo-fi and spontaneous writing style he developed as Neon Indian by incorporating elements of the cleaner production values and dance-oriented approach of his previous recording moniker VEGA, ultimately merging the two into one fast lane. Developed over a 4-year period, the album brims with funk-centric guitar lines, pronounced Balearic rhythms and the most elaborate songwriting of his career. The new album single “Slumlord” arrives alongside an inventive relaunch of his website as NightSchool.biz

To win a pair of passes from us, tell us what you learned in night school. Comments are moderated, so please don’t resubmit them without giving us time to post. We will select a winner using random.org. The winner will be notified by e-mail sometime on Wednesday or possibly even Thursday morning. Check your e-mail inbox for a message from us since we’ll need your contact information for Will Call.

If you don’t win these Neon Indian passes, you can still purchase tickets for this all ages concert. Pick up a ticket online or at your nearest Bookmans. General admission is SRO.