The Bear's 25th Annual Halloween Howler

100.3 The Bear, Nitza's Pizza Wye Road, and The Underground Tap & Grill Present...
The 25th Annual Halloween Howler
Featuring THE OFFSPRING
With special guests One Bad Son, Comedy Daredevil Ryan Stock and AmberLynn and DJ Harman B

Friday, October 27
Shaw Conference Centre

Link/Locations: http://bit.ly/2q0oLNx (ticketweb.ca)
Prices: $59.95 + service charges

Best costume takes home $5,000 and an Arctic Cat VLX 700 valued at $7849 from Bos Motorsports! 2nd place gets $3,000 and 3rd wins $1,000!

PLUS, everyone who shows up is entered to win an all-inclusive vacation to Royalton White Sands in Jamaica, fueled by Sunwing.ca!

Trip includes:
• Roundtrip airfare for 2 from Edmonton to Jamaica onboard Sunwing Airlines
• 7 nights accommodations at Royalton White Sands
• All Inclusive meal plan
• Transfers and taxes

Enter below for your shot at tickets & keep it locked on the Bear for more chances to win!

18+
 
The Bear's 25th Annual Halloween Howler is produced by Trixstar and brought to you by Edmonton’s Best Rock 100.3 The Bear!
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No purchase necessary. starts at 12:00 a.m. MT on Saturday, May 27, 2017 and closes on Friday, October 27, 2017 at 12:00 a.m. MT  Open to legal residents of Alberta who are eighteen (18) years of age or older. Some restrictions apply. Correct answer to a mathematical skill testing question required. Odds of winning the Prize will depend on the total number of eligible entries received during the Contest Period.

 

Costume Rules

No weapons.
Anything that can be used as a weapon, such as sticks, large or small solid objects Steel toed boots No whips or anything you could whip with (belts are fine but some belts with a lot of metal will not be allowed No Chains Nothing with a sharp point stick, metal, hard platic No large pieces of wood such as a bat or 2x4 If the wood is part of a costume and it is nailed or glued together (eg the Flintstone Mobile it would be allowed)

For example if you are a grim reaper and you have a blade held with a stick. If the stick is solid wood it would not be allowed and of course if the blade was metal it would not be allowed. But if it was flimsy plastic it would be allowed.