Bleachers are finally coming back to Providence and here's how you can win your way into the show!

After the success of fun., Jack Antonoff announced his solo project Bleachers in February 2014 and the band's debut album dropped later that year.

The music was largely inspired by John Hughes movies and the songs were all written in hotel rooms while on the fun. world tour.

It took three more years before a follow up to Strange Desires was released, but now there is finally new Bleachers music and a new tour!

It has been four years since Bleachers first played in Rhode Island, performing at The Met in Pawtucket in late April. And now they return...March 31 at the Strand!

Looking to see this John Hughes inspired act? Love rock music with an 80s vibe?

You can win your way in to this almost sold out Bleachers show thanks to MTSI.

Click the link below and sign up for your chance to see Bleachers live.

You can also still purchase tickets at thestrandri.com. And when you buy your tickets, $1 will go to The Ally Coalition, an organization that works with members of the music, fashion and entertainment worlds to raise awareness and funds in support of LGBTQ equality.