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Win Free Passes for III Points Festival

Behold the triangle.

A potent (and sometimes mystical) symbol, this simple geometrical shape is often used to represent such eternal trinities as past, present, future. (Or, say, music, art, technology.) And occultists even scratch it into the earth to summon spirits.

But if you've recently spotted an equilateral, three-sided polygon painted on a Miami sidewalk ... Then you might have scored tix for Wynwood's second annual III Points Festival.

Now, though, there's an easier way to win free passes than a Dade-County triangle chase. Just check the cut to enter III Points and Crossfade's contest.

See also: III Points Festival 2014's Music Set Times

III Points Festival Pass Giveaway

1. Head over to Crossfade's Facebook page.

2. Find the III Points update (facebook.com/crossfade.miami/posts/745823848796692) and leave a comment.

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3. From the pool of commenters, we'll randomly select a winner for the the III Points passes. So keep an eye on your Facebook messages.

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III Points Festival 2014. Friday to Sunday, October 10 to 12. Soho Studios, 136 NW First Ave., Miami, and various other locations. Three-day general admission tickets cost $99 to $120 plus fees. Single-day passes cost $55 to $66 plus fees. Visit iiipoints.com.

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