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Win tickets to see The Phantom of the Opera at the Hollywood Pantages

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THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA is coming to the Hollywood Pantages from June 6 to July 7 and Metrolink wants to help you see it by giving you a chance to win a pair of tickets!

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Cameron  Mackintosh’s spectacular new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA makes  its  triumphant  return to Los Angeles  as  part  of  its  North  American  Tour. Critics are raving  that  this  breathtaking  production  is  “bigger  and  better  than  ever  before” and  features  a  brilliant  new scenic  design  by  Paul  Brown,  Tony  Award®-winning  original  costume design  by  Maria  Björnson, lighting  design  by  Tony  Award®-winner  Paule  Constable,  new  choreography  by  Scott  Ambler,  and  new  staging  by  director  Laurence  Connor.  The  production,  overseen  by  Matthew  Bourne  and  Cameron Mackintosh,  boasts  many  exciting  special  effects  including  the show’s legendary  chandelier.  The  beloved story  and  thrilling  score  –  with  songs  like  “Music  of  the  Night,” “All  I  Ask  Of  You,” and  “Masquerade” – will  be  performed  by  a  cast  and  orchestra  of  52,  making  this  PHANTOM  one  of  the  largest  productions now  on  tour.

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We’re giving away two pairs of tickets for Thursday, June 6 at 8 p.m.! For your chance to win, head to our Facebook or Twitter by 9 a.m. Friday, May 31, and follow the instructions to win two tickets for you and a friend.

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Built in 1930, the Hollywood Pantages Theatre entertains thousands of guests each night. With its original design as a Vaudeville house that was transformed into a grand movie theater, the Hollywood Pantages has been home to numerous movies and award shows, including the Oscars. After 1977, the Nederland Organization took over the historic building and reopened in the early 2000s. From shows like Disney’s THE LION KING and WICKED to the newest smash hit HAMILTON, the Hollywood Pantages remains the centerpiece for the arts in the greater Los Angeles area. For more information, visit HollywoodPantages.com.

You can leave your car at home and take Metrolink to L.A. Union Station and transfer for free to the Metro Red Line. The Hollywood Pantages is located right across from the Hollywood & Vine Station. Make sure to check return train times when planning your visit.

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