Singer-songwriter Gracie Abrams, the daughter of "Star Wars" director J.J. Abrams, is coming to Portland, Maine, as part of her The Secret of Us Tour.

She will perform at the State Theatre on Thursday, October 10, 2024.

We've got your chance to win tickets to see her live during her fall show.

So what do you have to do? Let's make it easy.

If you're on our app right now, all you have to do is fill out the form below with your name, phone number, email and zip code.

Otherwise, you'll need to download our app as that is the only way you can enter this contest. Once you do, open that app up and find the "Contests" page or find the button that says "Gracie Abrams" on the black bar in the center of the main menu of the app.

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Contest ends June 17.

You can check out one of her newest songs, "Risk," right here:

Her Portland show will be the last stop of her tour before she heads out to open for some of Taylor Swift's final Eras Tour shows.

And surprise, surprise, Taylor Swift even features on one of Gracie's new album's songs. Check out the track listing she put up on her Instagram.

Gracie also noted on another Instagram post just how excited she is to tour, saying:

"We’re playing venues I’ve only ever dreamed of playing and it’s entirely because of you. I love you and I’m extremely grateful for the opportunity to tour this album. Tickets go on sale this Friday, June 7 and presale starts tomorrow, June 4 at 10am local time. Sign up now on to receive the presale code for your city tomorrow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

So don't wait! Make sure you enter the contest now for your chance to see Gracie Abrams live at the State Theatre.

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