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Win Free Tickets for Hundred Waters at Grand Central Miami

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As Hundred Waters would say: "Show us love."

Now signed to Skrillex's OWSLA label and living in Los Angeles, this indie-tronica foursome -- consisting of Nicole Miglis, Trayer Tryon, Paul Giese, and Zach Tetreault -- actually got together in Gainesville.

And in just two weeks, Ms. Miglis and Misters Tryon, Giese, and Tetreault will return to the Sunshine State for a show at downtown Miami's Grand Central, where they will surely demonstrate deep affection for the music fans of the Magic City.

But the lady and gentlemen of Hundred Waters also want to woo us. So they and the fine folks at Grand Central are giving away tix to the band's most ardent admirers.

Just check the cut for contest instructions.

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Hundred Waters at Grand Central Ticket Giveaway

1. Head over to Crossfade's Facebook page.

2. Find the Hundred Waters update (facebook.com/crossfade.miami/posts/830490143663395) and leave a comment.

3. From the pool of commenters, we'll randomly select a winner for this concert at Grand Central. So keep an eye on your Facebook messages.

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Hundred Waters. With Mitski. Presented by Poplife. Tuesday, March 10. Grand Central, 697 N. Miami Ave., Miami. The show starts at 8 p.m., and tickets cost $15 plus fees via ticketfly.com. All ages. Call 305-377-2277, or visit grandcentralmiami.com.


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