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Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Win Tickets to See Opio, Aplus, Knobody and other hip-hoppers

Free tickets to see some great hip-hop.

Posted By on Wed, May 11, 2011 at 11:03 PM

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One of the more interesting indie hip-hop shows we've seen this year, the More Bars in More Places Tour 2, is coming to the Domino Room on Friday night.

On the lineup are several Bay Area hip-hop stalwarts like Opio, Aplus, Knobody, as well as Bend's own Cloaked Characters and other performers.

We've got two pairs of will call tickets for you guys to win. Just go to our Facebook page, make sure you "like" us and then leave a comment on the post referring to this giveaway.



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