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Who Wants Free Tickets for Ciara and Malibu Rum's Miami Concert?

What exactly does it mean to "get your island on"?



Well, we here at Crossfade spend most of our time on the mainland. But we're guessing it involves sun, sand, lots of baby oil, coconut bikinis, banana hammocks, consenting adults, and a safe, moderate, and very responsible amount of alcohol.



But don't take our word for it. Go get your freaking island on by winning free tickets for this Saturday's Radio MaliBoom Boom 10-city tour kickoff with Ciara, DJ Skribble, and Malibu Rum.


Now it's gonna be a tiki pool party at a secret bar with an almost unlimited amount of Malibu Liquid Sunshine (one and a half parts Malibu, one part pineapple juice, one part orange juice, and a splash of club soda) being splashed into open mouths. So this contest is only open to wannabe islanders over 21.





But if you're legal drinking age, you know all the words to "Gimme Dat," and you're willing to behave in a safe, moderate, and very responsible way, enter Crossfade's ticket contest by following these four simple steps:



Instructions



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

2. Find the Ciara and Radio MaliBoom Boom tour update and leave a comment.

3. From the pool of commenters, we'll randomly choose a winning wannabe islander. So keep an eye on your Facebook messages for full details, including exact date, time, and location of the pool party.

4. Last thing ... You only have until noon on Thursday, July 14 to enter.



Ciara with DJ Skribble as part of Station Invasion, presented by Radio MaliBoom Boom. Saturday, July 16. Visit malibuconcerttour.com.



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