Weird Al Yankovic will have a full symphony joining him on his summer tour. 

12 Days of Christmas giveaway Day 4: Tickets to Weird Al Yankovic at Chastain

[Congrats to randomly selected winner Mike P.!]

The thing I always love about my 12 Days of Christmas giveaway is the eclecticism of the prizes.

We’ve had “Rock of Ages,” Kelly Clarkson, Smokey Robinson and now for Day 4, thanks to the crew at Live Nation, a pair of tickets to see Weird Al Yankovic on his “Strings Attached” tour this summer.

The parody master will return to State Bank Amphitheatre at Chastain Park at 8 p.m. June 30 with a major production – costumes, props, video wall – as well as a full symphony orchestra to complement his band.

Tickets start at $33 and can be purchased here.

Otherwise, to enter:

Email me at by 6 p.m. Dec. 29. Please do not enter if you cannot attend and please, only one entry per email address.

You must put “Day 4” in the subject line or I will not see your email. If you tell me, “‘Eat It’ is still a brilliant video” (OK, it is) or anything other than Day 4, I will not see your email and thus, you cannot win.

I will randomly select — and contact — a winner on Dec. 29. I will also post the winning name here once I’ve received confirmation. However, as I am also taking some time off between Dec. 29 and Jan. 7, you will likely receive my out of office auto-response. Be assured that I have received your email, but it MIGHT take me slightly longer than planned to randomly select a winner.

While this isn’t a requirement, I would really appreciate a follow on Twitter and/or Facebook .

Good luck!

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About the Author

Melissa Ruggieri
Melissa Ruggieri
Atlanta Journal-Constitution staff writer Melissa Ruggieri covers music and entertainment news for the AJC. She remembers when MTV was awesome.