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Win Tickets to Newsoundspace's Supernova Party

For the folks at Newsoundspace, parties of one type beget parties of quite another type. Created recently by the co-founders of, and to raise needed funds for, the fun (and free) public participation project we all know as Newmindspace, the Newsoundspace all-night, all-ages parties bring to Toronto some unique DJs.

On Saturday night, Newsoundspace's Supernova is happening at the Opera House.

Dirty electro bass line purveyors Stupid Fresh (UK) will be making their Canadian debut. Also on the bill is Bubblyfish (NYC), a chiptuner whose bleep-bloop-blip-style interface of choice for live performances is the Nintendo Gameboy DS. And it may have taken a bit of an arm twist or two, and a twist of creative thinking, but local-favourites-gone-big-international Hatiras and Jelo will be doing a (first ever) back-to-back tag-team electro house set.

blogTO wants to send two readers and their favourite party companions to the event. Continue reading for more contest entry and event details.


Stupid Fresh live in Sheffield, England

CONTEST ENTRY:
The 1st and 5th persons to comment at or after 4pm blogTO time will each win a pair of tickets to Newsoundspace's Supernova party. Please read carefully to qualify:

1. In your comment you must include the names of both cities Newsoundspace does events in.
2. Any comments made before 4:00pm blogTO time will be disqualified.
3. Only place one comment (we'll be monitoring IP addresses for cheats!)
4. You must be an Ontario resident.

EVENT INFO:
Newsoundspace presents: SUPERNOVA! (All-ages, a fundraiser for Newmindspace)
Saturday, August 2nd, 10pm - 4am @ The Opera House
Advanced tickets are $25 at Wantickets, more at the door.

Photo by smuncky.


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