Enter To Win Free Tickets to Code Orange’s Halloween Livestream!

Last week, it was announced that modern metal heavyweights Code Orange would be livestreaming an immersive event with Jesus Piece, Machine Girl, and Year Of The Knife on Halloween. Now, a few lucky fans have the chance to win free tickets to this streaming danse macabre — as well as some awesome exclusive merch to boot!

Today, Code Orange and The Pit are announcing a new contest that will give fans a chance at free tickets to  the band’s ‘Back Inside The Glass’ livestream event. Three winners will each receive a ticket to the stream. Two runner-up winners will receive their ticket plus a VIP laminate and t-shirt. One grand prize winner will win a ticket, merch, signed poster, and a band member meet and greet!

Just a heads up: the contest closes October 29th, and is only open to U.S. residents 18 or older.

Want to win free tickets to Code Orange’s livestream? Fill out this entry form and get ready to shred!

Drummer/vocalist Jami Morgan says about the new live stream event in a press release, “We are very excited to present the next chapter of the Code Orange live streaming experiment. We are hoping to deliver something on a whole new level with ‘Back Inside the Glass’ and are glad to have our brothers and sisters in Jesus Piece, Year Of The Knife, and Machine Girl along with us.”

Luis Aponte of Jesus Piece added, “Code Orange made themselves the innovators of this. If we were going to do a livestream, we’re going to do it right.”

Jami was also recently a guest on our heavy metal talk show Last Words, where he discussed livestreaming the future of music performances.

“I foresaw that all of the shit that we wanted to do wasn’t going to happen, so we were like, ‘alright, we gotta figure out a solution’,” Morgan says. So we came up with the livestream idea. We’ve seen people do it in the past, and we had a vision of how we could do it, which would basically be to take all the tour footage that Shade and I, our keyboardist…had worked on for months and months. We wanted every second to almost feel like you were watching a movie as much as you were watching a show.”

Check out the episode below: