This Spring 2012, San Francisco based record label Dirtybird have embarked on their inaugural ‘Hatched’ World Tour which is being sponsored by award winning music production and DJ school, Point Blank. The imprint headed up by Claude VonStroke alongside his crew of tech-house deviants will take in stops all over the world including Paris, London, Brighton and various cities across the US.
Their next port of call is Miami on Thursday March 22nd at Villa 221 during the upcoming Winter Music Conference. On the line-up is Claude VonStroke, Justin Martin, J.Phlip, Christian Martin (under a new guise of Leroy Peppers), Eats Everything, Catz ‘N Dogz, Worthy, Ardalan, Justin Jay and manning the traditional free BBQ will be Grillson! Spicy!
We have teamed up with Point Blank and Dirtybird to put together a great prize package for the event. Please note entrants must be able to make their own travel and accommodation arrangements to get to the event… And if you can’t make it to Miami, not to worry we’ve still got something for you - a free download from the dirtybird ‘Hatched’ compilation (Nick Monaco's ‘Long Kiss Goodnight’) - click here to download the track.
Miami Party Prizes
1st Prize Winner will receive:
- A pair of VIP tickets to the event
- A copy of the ‘Hatched Vol. 1’ compilation signed by Claude VonStroke
- A Dirtybird t-shirt
- A 6 month subscription to www.stunnerofthemonth.com – through which you will receive a fresh new pair of shades each month!
2nd Prize Winner will receive
- A pair of tickets to the event
To enter just follow these simple steps:
Like the Point Blank facebook page here: www.facebook.com/pointblankcollege
Comment on this post by clicking here and saying: “@Point Blank Give ME the dirtybird VIP tickets!”
Point Blank will pick a winner and a runner up at random from any entries made before midnight (GMT) on Monday 19th March and announce the winner on Facebook on Tuesday 20th March.
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