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Gimme more! WHP competition: Part Four

Win more tickets for Warehouse Project this weekend

You may have noticed the Warehouse Project is currently smashing another season of killer parties. Already the likes of DJ Shadow, Armin Van Buuren and Calvin Harris have torn up Store Street this year as part of the last ever season at the venue. Still to come, we have Carl Cox, Visionquest and Crosstown Rebels, not forgetting an extra special line up for the New Year’s closing part featuring Jamie Jones and Maya Jane Coles.

This year, to help mark the historic end to WHP at Shore Street, we have teamed up with Bud66 to giveaway tickets for every event until the end of season. So why struggle to get your hands on gold dust tickets when you get a bunch for free here, every week, right here, right now?

This week, one person has the chance to win four tickets to attend WHP on Friday 21st October, featuring Carl Cox and Sven Väth. And as if that’s not enough, one more winner will receive four tickets for Saturday 22nd Octobehosted by Hospitality. For your chance to win simply send the answer to the following question to [email protected]...

Who is headlining the first Warehouse Project night of 2012?

a)    Laurent Garnier

b)    Derrick Carter

c)    Joy Orbison

Competition closes 4pm on 19th October 2011

Competition is open to over 18’s and UK residents only

For more chances to win and find out more about Bud 66 visit www.facebook.com/budweiser66

Full terms and conditions apply. These are available on request from DJmag, email [email protected]

FULL LINE UPS

Friday 21st October

CARL COX / SVEN VÄTH   

DAVIDE SQUILLACE   

SIMON BAKER   

KRYSKO   

ZUTEKH DJS   

GREG LORD

 

Saturday 22nd October

HIGH CONTRAST   

LONDON ELEKTRICITY   

DJ MARKY   

CAMO & KROOKED — LIVE

FT AYAH MARAR

NETSKY   

ALIX PEREZ   

PINCH  

STARKEY

DARK SKY   

ALEXANDER NUT   

RICH REASON  

MCS: WREC, DYNAMITE, CHUNKY, MESSY & TONN PIPER

THE CAMO & KROOKED ALBUM LAUNCH