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Contest: Win Tickets to M.I.A. and Datarock

With the second term of the world-renown Red Bull Music Academy in full swing, artists and enthusiasts from across the globe are convening in Toronto and producing a steady stream of quality radio shows, podcasts, and lectures; and putting on a number of awesome live shows. One such show goes down this Saturday night at Kool Haus.

Hailing from Sri Lanka/UK, the one and only M.I.A. is in town along with Norway's Datarock, and supported by Toronto's very own innovations Holy Fuck, and The Carps. Here's your chance to win a pair of tickets to this sold out show...

Continue reading for contest entry details...

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To win a pair of tickets (please read the instruction fully and carefully):

Be the first person to place a comment that abides by the following contest conditions:

1) Your comment must contain the special contest word
2) Your comment must come exactly at or after 3:00pm blogTO time today (comments registering before 3:00pm will not be considered). Do not post multiple comments. Hit submit once and wait to see if you nailed it!

The special word clue:
In the video above, there's a kid dancing in the background and wearing a shirt that resembles a fruit (M.I.A. also ends up wearing the same shirt). The name of this fruit must be in your comment.

Please be sure to use a valid email address on the form so we can contact you if you win.

Whether you like hip hop, jazz, broken beat, techno, ragga, electro, or any other form of electronic-infused music, be sure to check out the full line-up of Red Bull Music Academy events and the festival's term two participants.


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