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He combed his hair, bought a week's supply of Binaca, rented a tux, scored a corsage, and blew up a giant freaking balloon. And now dapper DJ, experimental electronic producer, and avowed Sunday Schooler Frivolous (AKA Daniel Gardner) would like to celebrate Ultra week and the release of his new album Meteorology, out on Cadenza Records.

But he doesn't wanna go it alone. So Mr. Frivolous and his Cadenza friends have hooked up a couple of free tickets to this Saturday's session of Sunday School: The Lost Weekend at Ice Palace Film Studios ... Will you be his date?

All you gotta do is say, "Yes!" And you could even accept in person by meeting Frivolous at the Shelborne's Cadenza vs. Planet E Pool Party this afternoon.

See the cut for Sunday School ticket contest instructions.


1. Head over to Crossfade's Facebook page and Like it.

2. Find the Sunday School giveaway update and leave a comment.

3. From all the correct answers, we'll randomly choose a winner. So keep an eye on your Facebook messages.

4. Last thing ... You only have until noon tomorrow Friday, March 25 to enter. Be speedy, beat freaks.

Frivolous as part of Cadenza vs. Planet E Pool Party with Carl Craig, Luciano, Cesar Merveille, and opening set by Jonathan Cowan. Thursday, March 24. The Shelborne Beach Resort, 1801 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. The party starts at noon. Visit shelborne.com.

Frivolous as part of Sunday School: The Lost Weekend. Friday, March 25, to Sunday, March 27. Ice Palace, 59 NW 14th St., Miami. Doors open March 25 at 10 p.m. and close March 27 at 10 p.m. with a 12-hour intermission from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday. A full 36-hour wristband costs $125 via ticketweb.com. Ages 21 and up. Visit madeevent.com.

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