Contest: Win Tickets to Mobile Jam Fest featuring Emily Haines & the Soft Skeleton

As part of the international youth creativity competition Mobile Jam Fest (MJF), Emily Haines and the Soft Skeleton will be performing on Sunday night in Toronto, along with very special guests Dead Pink Whale (who were hand-picked by Haines from hundreds of entries submitted to a MJF online contest to be the opening act), and Lyra Brown.

And here's one more contest, which will land two lucky blogTO readers each a pair of tickets to the show.

Continue reading for entry details.

Entrants must be 19 years of age or older.

To win the first pair:
Be the first person to post a comment below telling us what the last word sung is in Emily Haines and the Soft Skeleton's "Our Hell" video (above). Please use a valid email address on the form so we can contact you if you win.

To win the second pair:
Post a comment below on or after 3pm telling us where opening act Dead Pink Whale hail from (one comment only though, we'll be watching IPs and multiple comments will be disqualified).

Show and ticket details:

Mobile Jam Fest, featuring:
EMILY HAINES AND THE SOFT SKELETON
w/ special guests Lyra Brown and Pink Dead Whale
Sunday March 30, 2008 @ The Phoenix Concert Theatre (410 Sherbourne St.)
Doors @ 8:00pm, Show @ 9:00pm
Tickets $24.50 at Ticketmaster, Rotate This, & Soundscapes
19+ Event


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