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Win Free Tickets for Life and Death Art Basel

Partying is serious business.

Just ask Life and Death, the Berlin-slash-NYC-slash-Miami dance music collective.

For the third straight season, L&D is teaming with PL0T to throw an Art Basel Miami Beach bash. But for the 2014 edition, they've also recruited the party pros at Poplife.

Meanwhile, among the underground DJ/producer stalwarts set to show the Basel crowd what Life and Death really means... there's Innervisions label boss Dixon and deep-house duo Bob Moses, as well as Recondite, Mind Against, Thugfucker, Vaal, and DJ Tennis.

Sounds momentous, huh? And thanks to the folks at L&D, PL0T, Poplife, and Grand Central, we've got a stack of complimentary Basel passes. Just check the cut to win free tix.

See also: Art Basel Miami Beach 2014 Party Guide

Life and Death Art Basel Ticket Giveaway

1. Head over to Crossfade's Facebook page.

2. Find the Life and Death Art Basel update (facebook.com/crossfade.miami/posts/778291522216591) and leave a comment.

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

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Life and Death Art Basel. With Dixon, Bob Moses, Recondite, Mind Against, Thugfucker, Vaal, and DJ Tennis. Presented by PL0T and Poplife. Hosted by Aquabooty. Thursday, December 4. Grand Central, 697 N. Miami Ave., Miami. The show starts at 10 p.m., and tickets cost $45 to $50 plus fees via residentadvisor.net. Ages 21 and up. Call 305-377-2277, or visit grandcentralmiami.com.

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