LET'S F-ING VyRT!!!
VyRT presents a live, intimate Thirty Seconds To Mars in-studio performance on APRIL 27, 2012! Jared has been calling some lucky digital ticket holders, sharing secrets about the event... Watch the clips on Jared's YouTube Channel now.
Get YOUR tickets to VyRT the MARS LABORATORY before it's too late! Visit http://VyRT.net/mars/ for more information! Digital ticket gifting is also now available.
Get MARS Clip Monday announcements by following the Band on Twitter, @30SECONDSTOMARS. Watch all of the Clips released so far on the Official MARS YouTube Channel using the MARS Clips Playlist!
Have you collected posters, tickets, marquee shots, and more during the THIS IS WAR Touring Era? We'd like to see your photos! Contribute to the Official MARS Archives by emailing your shots to marsTIWpics@gmail.com.
Are you going to VyRT THE MARS LABORATORY? Join the Official Event on Facebook by clicking here.
@chiccafrommars sent us a different kind of Triad Alert, spotting this particular one in the sky..
We want to see YOUR MARS Art! Submit your original drawings, paintings, graphic design, and more to the Official MARS Art Flickr Pool by clicking here. You could be featured next!
Want to see your TRIAD Global Assault photo featured in Transmission? Get creative and submit your photos to the Triad Global Assault Page and you could be next!
Have a MARS Tattoo? Add your photos to the Official MARS Tattoo Archive and you could be featured!
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