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The War on Drugs is not over.

Founded by celebrated rock songwriter Kurt Vile and moody indie mastermind Adam Granduciel, this post-punk outfit released its debut album, Wagonwheel Blues, in 2008. A short time later, though, Vile split to pursue a solo career.

But despite his departure, Granduciel just said no to quitting the band. He went forth, recruited new allies, and recorded another two albums, including 2014's Lost in a Dream, which copped lots of end-of-year accolades from Pitchfork and the like.

Now the War on Drugs is coming to the Fillmore Miami Beach. And you can join up for free.

Just check the cut for contest instructions.

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War on Drugs at Fillmore Miami Beach Ticket Giveaway

1. Head over to Crossfade's Facebook page.

2. Find the War on Drugs update and leave a comment.

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

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War on Drugs. Tuesday, June 16. Fillmore Miami Beach, 1700 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. The show starts at 8 p.m., and tickets cost $$27.50 plus fees via http://concerts.livenation.com/event/0D004E32A0AC6D64" target="_blank">livenation.com. All ages. Call 305-673-7300, or visit fillmoremb.com.


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