Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Flying Lotus Set for Wash U's W.I.L.D.

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Are you a Wash U student? If the answer is no, do you have any good pals who are Wash U students? If that answer is no, you have about a month to befriend one if you want to attend the school's spring 2011 W.I.L.D. event. On Friday, April 29, the annual concert will feature Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros (who sold out the Pageant last year) and Thom Yorke best-pal Flying Lotus.

Now, guest tickets are available -- but for a price, and they're not easily obtained. Says the Student Life story about the event:

The concert is free for all students who present their Wash. U. ID, and guest tickets are available at the Edison Theater box office for $30. Each student is allowed one guest. Admission for alumni is free as long as they present proof of enrollment, such as a copy of a diploma or a transcript, and a government-issue ID.

Let the scrambling begin.

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