Win Passes To See The Rolling Stones’ Crossfire Hurricane!

The Rolling Stones turn 50 this year, and the entire world is abuzz about their return to live performance. But before they were the biggest rock and roll band in the world, they were trying to make it in music, just like so many other aspiring acts. The new documentary Crossfire Hurricane tells the story of the Rolling Stones in their own words and with the completed cooperation of the band.

And we want to you to see it first! Check out the trailer for the film and then find out how you can win after the jump!

Biff Bam Pop has one pair of passes to catch The Rolling Stones: Crossfire Hurricane this Thursday, November 8th in Toronto at the Cineplex Odeon Yonge and Dundas Square Cinema at 7:30pm, courtesy of our friends at Eagle Rock Entertainment. All you’ve got to do between now and Tuesday, November 6th at 4pm is tell us the name of your favourite Rolling Stones song! There’s three ways you can do it:

1) Leave it in the comments section below (bonus points if you tell us why)
2) Leave us a comment on our Facebook page (you do like us on Facebook, don’t you?)
2) Tweet us your favourite Stones song at @BiffBamPop and include the hashtag #bbpstones

We’ll announce a winner the morning of Wednesday, November 7th. Be sure we have a way to contact you, either by Twitter or by email. Good luck!

5 Replies to “Win Passes To See The Rolling Stones’ Crossfire Hurricane!”

  1. My favourite Rolling Stones song is “Under My Thumb”. It reminds me of when my dad would pick my brother and I up on hot summer weekends in his Mercedes with leather seats. We would complain about the heat on OUR seats (wink) and how it felt like the skin on our legs was ripping off. He would just put on this song and sing “Under my bum!” and we would just die of laughter … that man knew how to fix everything! He could play it on the Banjo, too 😉

  2. She’s a Rainbow from Her Satanic Majesty’s Request is spectacular. HSMR is the companion piece to Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Heart’s Club Band, and, in my opinion, far superior to the Beatles album.

    They say that you can only be a Beatles or a Stones guy. I’m a Stones guy.

  3. satifaction
    the one an only staifaction ‘ i cant’ get no sartifaction ‘ every time i see the band i saw them on the vodulaunge tour in 94 and i had 1st row ; loved it ‘

  4. tumbling dice! i love the old stuff, it’s the best for dancing!

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