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Contest: win tickets to a Living Room Jam at Kitch

Want to attend the cultural experience of the summer? A one-of-a-kind living room jam goes down at Kitch on July 19th starting at 8pm. The event will feature live music by indie sensations Eight and a Half comprised of Justin Peroff of Broken Social Scene and Dave Hamelin and Liam O'Neil of The Stills. They'll be offering an insider's glimpse into the production of their self-titled EP featuring the single Go Ego.

Between songs, co-hosts Mary Kitchen (CityNews entertainment anchor) and Jeffrey Remedios (co-founder of Arts & Crafts Productions) and audience members will dive into collective dialogue with the musicians, giving a rare opportunity for you to understand the craft of music-making. Of course, during the evening, Kitsch will be serving up tasty drinks and their Mexican-inspired comfort food. As an extra treat, Sceneopolis (the brains behind this inTO series) will be emailing you an exclusive promo code from Uber for $20 off your ride to the event.


One lucky winner will receive two tickets to the July 19th event at Kitch. If you don't win, you can purchase tickets here (only 100 are available and they're selling out fast).


To win, just answer the following question: on what street is Kitch located?

The first correct commenter wins the pair of tickets. Please make sure to include a valid email address in the comment form "Email Address" field so that we can contact you if you're a winner.


You must be a Toronto-area resident to win. Only one comment and answer per person. If you include multiple answers or post multiple comments you will be disqualified, and the winner must pick up their own tickets.


The contest is now closed! Geary was the answer we were looking for. Thanks for playing!

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