Film, live music and storytelling merge in Himalaya Song

Enter to win tickets to the New York City premiere of Himalaya Song, August 23.

Himalaya Song is a live film performance that debuted at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. Named as one of the Top 10 Music films at the festival by Rolling Stone, the project is a collaboration between Chinese American artist Dave Liang (Shanghai Restoration Project) and two Indian American artists: musician Gingger Shankar and filmmaker Mridu Chandra. Through a combination of film, live music, and storytelling, the tale explores the Himalayas, its people, and the environmental challenges they face.

On Friday August 23, Himalaya Song will be holding its New York City premiere at the renowned Rubin Museum of Art (150 W 17th St between 6th and 7th Ave). There are two showings (7:00 pm and 9:15 pm) and tickets are currently available here. So who wants some free tickets?

To enter for your chance to win two tickets to the 9:15 pm show, here's what you have to do:

Step 1: Follow @angryasianman on Twitter.

Step 2: Tweet this message:

I want to win tickets to the NYC premiere of #HimalayaSong from @angryasianman http://bit.ly/aam-himalaya

Step 3: I'll throw all the entries in a hat and pick a random winner, who will receive a pair of tickets to the 9:15 pm showing of Himalaya Song on August 23.

Please, only one entry per film per person/Twitter account. The giveaway ends on Friday, August 16 at 11:59am PST. The winner will receive a Direct Message with further information. And please, enter the giveaway only if you plan on attending the show.

Good luck! If you'd like to attend but would rather not leave it to chance, you can purchase tickets to the show here. For further information about Himalaya Song, visit the website. And I will see you in New York City.

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