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Contest: Win a pair of tickets to inTO at Harlem Restaurant with Brendan Canning

The first inTO event was a rousing success, filling west-end restaurant Kitch with music and culture lovers. The goal of the monthly series is to connect artists and local celebrities with the public through authentic and intimate experiences. Organized by Sceneopolis, the next event--dubbed Ah Sey One--promises to take attendees on a musical history of reggae.

The event coincides with the 50th anniversary of Jamaica's independence, and will be hosted by Cameron Bailey. Musical guests will be The Sattalites, two-time Juno Award-winners and Canada's longest standing reggae group, as well as Brendan Canning, formerly of Broken Social Scene. Throughout the night, guests will enjoy Jamaican-inspired food and drinks from Harlem Restaurant. For updates, follow Sceneopolis on twitter, and don't forget to weigh in using the hashtag #righthereinTO.

THE PRIZE

One lucky reader will receive two tickets to the August 29th event at 8pm, and taking place at Harlem Restaurant (67 Richmond St.). If you don't win, you can purchase tickets here.

HOW TO WIN

To win, just answer the following question: What is Cameron Bailey the artistic director of?

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.

FINE PRINT

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.

UPDATE

This contest is now closed. The winner will be contacted shortly.

Photo from first inTO event


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