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Anberlin Two-Ticket Giveaway for November 24 Revolution Live Concert

It's not often that a band breaks up amicably. But Winter Haven-bred rockers Anberlin are consciously disbanding on good terms after 12 long years.

Touring currently to promote its album Lowborn, the guys told fans well before the group took to the road that this would be its final one together. And it's probably safe to say that, unlike Cher, this'll be it.

Given that information, you'll definitely want to see them again live one last time. Luckily, we've got two tickets to offer to Anberlin's biggest fans totally free for its Monday-night show at Revolution.

See also: Anberlin's Christian McAlhaney on the Farewell Tour and Final Album

How do you score these bad boys? Just leave a comment below with contact information of some kind so we can hook you up nice and easy.

Anberlin. With '68. 7 p.m. Monday, November 24, at Revolution Live, 100 SW Third Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Tickets cost $19.50 in advance and $21 day of show, plus fees. Call 954-727-0964, or visit jointherevolution.net.

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