Trolls LIVE! is coming to the Visions Veterans Memorial Arena on Wednesday, February 16 at 6 p.m. and if you want a chance to score some free tickets, all you have to do is show us your crazy hair!

How To Enter

The contest runs from January 24-February 7 (our standard contest rules apply).

On Febuary 8, we will select FIVE winners. FOUR of those winners will receive a four-pack of tickets to the Feb. 16 show, and ONE will be selected to win a four-pack of meet-and-greet tickets to the Feb. 16 show.

Here's how show us your crazy hair:

  • First step: Snap a pic of your crazy hair. Bed head? Fresh out of the shower? Got caught out in the windy weather? All of it works!
  • There are two ways to enter. The first one is by downloading our phone app and submitting a photo there.
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  • The other way is by uploading the picture to the form at the bottom of this page. Do either one of those, and you're all entered.
  • Once we get some submissions, keep an eye out for a gallery on of your wild and crazy hair!

Trolls LIVE! Crazy Hair Contest Entries

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I like a bar or a tavern as much as the next person. But my enjoyment of the outing is heightened greatly if the pub has some interesting history to it. And it you are a century old, or even two centuries old, well, that bar will definitely have some great DNA behind it. Here is a list of a 14 great taverns, scattered all over Upstate New York, that have been serving up cold brews for a very long time, some more than 200 years. Obviously this list could be a lot longer, and we will revisit it in the future, but this list should adequately "wet your whistle." Have you been to any of these historic places?