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Life in Color Paint Party's DJ Contest: Open for R3hab, Diplo, Benny Benassi in Miami!

Attention, Miami DJs!



Do you think you might have what it takes to play with the likes of Benny Benassi, Diplo, and R3hab? Can you read a crowd, turn 'em out and have them going gaga for some paint to the face?



Well, get to steppin', because Miami's Life in Color (formerly Dayglow) is giving you exactly that chance, and all you've got to do is record the best 15-minute mix of your life. Easy.



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The show is the beefiest Life in Color event to date, a special homecoming edition going down at the Miami Beach Convention Center on Saturday, December 28.



To score a warm-up set at LiC, all you've got to do is record 15 minutes in one of the rule-abiding formats at a maximum size of 50 MB, then tweet that mix @DayglowTour with the hashtag #LiCdjcontest.




Oh, and you have to be 21 or older. And you have to be from Florida. No DJs with agents allowed. Apologies to the almost famous.



Make sure you name your file "LIFE IN COLOR MIX (w/ CITY NAME & DATE)," and y'know, make sure you bring that heat.



"I expect people to either do quick mixes and show their technical skills, drop some originals or show off their original mashups so it would stand out amongst all the other mixes," LIC owner Paul Cambell tells Crossfade. "Just being creative and fun should do the job."



Check out the rules on the official facebook contest page and hurry up already!



Life in Color. With Benny Benassi, Diplo, Rehab and David Solano. Saturday, December 28. Miami Beach Convention Center, 1901 Convention Center Dr., Miami Beach. The party starts at 7 p.m. and tickets cost $50 to $90 plus fees via ticketfly.com. Call 954-243-8267 or visit lifeincolor.com.



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