Local business to offer TomorrowWorld passes

Local businesses Newnan Nightlife and Corner Tavern have teamed with Newnan’s own DJ Electrix to giveaway a pair of passesto TomorrowWorld 2013, occurring this weekend in ChattahoocheeHills.

• Raffle will be held at Midnight on Friday.

• You must be present to win.

• Patrons, over the age of 21, at Corner Tavern on Thursday and Friday night will be given free raffle tickets. One per person, per day.

Taking place Sept. 26-29, TomorrowWorld is the second festival in the “Tomorrow Series.” As the US offering of the larger TomorrowLand festival held annually in Belgium, hundreds of thousands of people are set to descend on an eight thousand acre farm in Chattahoochee Hills.

Newnan’s own DJ Electrix will be hosting his own Electronic Dance Music (EDM) show nightly from Thursday to Sunday at Corner Tavern for those unable to attend the festival but still hoping to groove.

“We felt it was important to allow the people of Newnan the chance to experience such a worldly event, especially one being held in their own back yard” said James Deichelbor. Deichelboristhe owner of Newnan Nightlife a group of web and social sites launching Oct. 1 with the goal of redefining the nightlife options in Newnan.

Patrons visiting Corner Tavern the nights of Thursday the 26th and Friday the 27th will be given raffle tickets at the door, a winner will be chosen from these tickets on Friday at midnight. You must be present at the time of the drawing to win the passes. The pair of passes are good for access on Saturday the 27th for two individuals to the TomorrowWorld 2013 festival.



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