Win Free Passes for III Points Festival

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A III Points polygon sighting in the streets of Miami.

Behold the triangle.

A potent (and sometimes mystical) symbol, this simple geometrical shape is often used to represent such eternal trinities as past, present, future. (Or, say, music, art, technology.) And occultists even scratch it into the earth to summon spirits.

But if you've recently spotted an equilateral, three-sided polygon painted on a Miami sidewalk ... Then you might have scored tix for Wynwood's second annual III Points Festival.

Now, though, there's an easier way to win free passes than a Dade-County triangle chase. Just check the cut to enter III Points and Crossfade's contest.

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Win Free Tickets for Tori Amos at Fillmore Miami Beach

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Why do wayward women have to be penitent?

That was the thought tearing through Tori Amos' mind as she gazed upon an etching entitled "Geraldine" by the Irish artist Daniel Maclise. "It got me thinking about not apologizing," the fiery (and fiery maned) singer-songwriter recalls.

Hence, Unrepentant Geraldines, her defiant and brash new album, which draws inspiration from fine art, Americana, and her own '90s-era alternative chamber-pop.

Check the cut for a chance to win free tickets for Tori Amos and the Unrepentant Geraldines tour at the Fillmore Miami Beach this weekend.

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Win Free Tickets for Jason Derulo at Fillmore Miami Beach

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Dude's a filthy freak.

However, after building a rep for bump-n-grind, smash-n-dash sex anthems (and then suffering a nearly career-ending spinal injury), Jason Derulo says he's determined to become a more mature artist.

Sure, the Miami native's new album is entitled Talk Dirty. And yeah, the biggest hit is a song by the same name that declares "her pussy's so good I bought her a pet." But even the most mature men dream about "international oral sex," right?

Check the cut for a chance to win free tix for JD's Talk Dirty tour stop in Miami.

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Win Free Tickets for Oliver Heldens at Mansion Miami

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The funky house revival lives on, and the latest fresh-faced producer taking the scene by storm is coming to show why he should be named Rookie of the Year.

Oliver Heldens was signed to Spinnin Records when he was just 17. Two years later, his song "Gecko (Overdrive)" featuring Becky Hill is everywhere. His set at Mansion this Saturday is your chance to find out what the hype's all about, and while not everyone can get through the doors for nothing, you have a chance to win two free tickets, thanks to Crossfade and Dim Mak Records.

Check the cut for contest instructions.

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Win Free Tickets for Baauer & Boys Noize at Fillmore Miami Beach

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Rev it up, ravers.

Superfamous pro party pros Baauer and Boys Noize are hitting the road for their Run X Tour. And you can come along for the breakneck, 180-BPM ride.

Just buy tickets on August 1. Or you know, win a free pair of passes to the Run X rally, courtesy of your buddies Baauer & Boys Noize, the Fillmore Miami Beach, and Crossfade.

Check the cut for contest instructions.

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Win Free Tickets for Primus & The Chocolate Factory at Fillmore Miami Beach

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Could Primus & The Chocolate Factory be to Willy Wonka as Dark Side of the Moon is to The Wizard of Oz?

Well, Les Claypool hopes so. The Primus frontman admits he "always wanted to be Wonka." And now he's come as close as possible by reuniting with his original bandmates, guitarist Larry Lalonde and drummer Tim "Herb" Alexander, for a tribute to the trippy children's classic and its music.

But "as opposed to just going in and recording the songs and playing them the way they are in the film, we twisted them up a bit," Claypool says. "Twisted them up a lot."

And what to expect from Primus & The Chocolate Factory in concert? Some Primus classics. Primus candy bars. And the full Primus-on-Wonka songbook.

Check the cut for a chance to win free tix.

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Win Free Tickets for David Gray at Fillmore Miami Beach

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"Back in the world again."

After nearly a half-decade, England's David Gray is finally taking another trip around America. His newly announced U.S. tour begins in Boston before eventually striding south for a September 30 stop at the Fillmore Miami Beach.

As the British singer-songwriter muses on the latest single off his new album, Mutineers, he's "got a whole different person/inside my head." And there's "no more trudging around/stony eyed through the town/like the living dead."

Which is exactly how you'll feel when you win free tix for Mr. Gray's Mutineers tour in Miami. Just check the cut for contest instructions.

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Win Free Tickets for Rodrigo y Gabriela's 9 Dead Alive Tour at Fillmore Miami Beach

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Two guitars. No vocals.

They grew up in Mexico City. They busked on the streets of Dublin. They played the White House for President Barack Obama. They recorded with a 13-piece Cuban orchestra in Havana. And now they're coming to the Fillmore Miami Beach.

Rodrigo Sanchez and Gabriela Quintero are truly international artists who dabble in nearly all genres, from flamenco to rock and jazz. They began their career with non-electric, two guitar covers of Led Zeppelin and Metallica classics. And they've just released their latest opus, 9 Dead Alive.

Check the cut to win free tickets for Rodrigo y Gabriela in Miami.

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Win Free Tickets for Interpol's El Pintor Tour at Fillmore Miami Beach

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Brood. Swoon. Now dance.

It's been four years since New York City post-punk crew Interpol's last studio album. (And two years since Paul Banks, Sam Fogarino, and Daniel Kessler reconvened following a hiatus caused by the departure of longtime bass player Carlos Dengler.)

But now Banks, Fogarino, and Kessler have returned with a new album, El Pintor, that's being hailed as their most impressive since 2004's Antics. And they're touring the world, including the Fillmore Miami Beach.

Just check the cut for a chance to win free tix.

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Win Free Tix for Mad Decent Block Party 2014

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Sunshine. Sweet tunes. Hot burgers. And sweaty, oiled-up babes of both sexes gettin' faded in the shade of a swaying palm tree while turnt-up pranksters try to spray Riff Raff with a Supersoaker.

The Mad Decent Block Party 2014's gonna be the summer bash of the century. (Or at least the last year.) For the second straight season, Diplo and his crew are touring the U.S.A. with their best buds, throwing ragers in hard-partyin' cities across the country, like Atlanta, Philly, Brooklyn, Boston, and Vegas.

But it all starts when Mr. Raff, along with Action Bronson, Dillon Francis, DJ Snake, Flosstradamus, Flume, Remedy, What So Not, and Zeds Dead bumrush Fort Lauderdale's Revolution Live Outdoors.

Just check the cut for free tix.

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