We know we have some space and sci-fi fans out there. It's time for your fandom to payoff.

We'll be giving away* three four-packs of tickets, each with a parking pass for the 2021 Lubbock Arts Festival. As you may know, the theme is "Out of This World," and we're looking for your themed pictures.

This is incredibly simple: just submit a picture of you in space gear from your favorite TV show or movie, a picture of you and the moon, maybe you and a blow-alien or anything else that fits the Out of This World theme (you can even Photoshop yourself into a space picture). All qualifying photos will go into a drawing for one of the three prize packs mentioned above.

Let's get into the spirit and support the return of the Lubbock Arts Festival, presented by United Supermarkets on July 24th and 25th at the Lubbock Civic Center. This year's event will salute space travel and astronauts. Not only will this theme carry through in the art, but there will also be special photo ops and NASA memorabilia from the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas.

Hurry and enter now! We'll be drawing a winner on Wednesday, July 21st.

Attendees to the Lubbock Arts Festival are encouraged to skip the line and buy tickets in advance. They've even made special arrangements with ABC Bank to make the tickets available with no service charge. Purchasing your tickets in advance also helps the Lubbock Arts Festival anticipate crowds and needs. You can purchase your tickets here.

*This is a multi-station contest on kfmx.com, lonestar995fm.com, awesome98.com, 1025kiss.com, kkam.com and kfyo.com. Three (3) winners will be pulled from all entries. 

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