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Inner Circle are the Bad Boys of reggae. Every you time watch an episode of COPS, they're the first thing you hear.

They also make you "sweat, a la la la la long long li long long long."

And this Saturday, they'll be headlining the CDXX 420 Celebration at Sunset Cove Amphitheater with Steel Pulse and many more.

Here's how to win two free tickets.

See also:

-Inner Circle's Roger Lewis Talks 4/20: "Marijuana Is A Good Herb"

-Ten Best 4/20 Parties in Miami

Once our interview with Inner Circle founding member Roger Lewis reaches 100 Likes on Facebook, we will randomly select two "Likers" to be the winners, who will each get a pair of tix for this great festival.

So go read what Mr. Lewis and the Bad Boys of reggae have to say about 4/20, dropping knowledge on everything from weed to Harry J (R.I.P) and world peace.

Start liking, folks.

CDXX Celebration with Steel Pulse, Inner Circle, Electrik Dread, Biggz General, Artikal Sound System, Jesse Royal, Kevens, Redlyte, Dax Lion, Judah Tribe, Saturday April 20th, Tix $39-$149, Sunset Cove Amphitheater, 12551 Glades Rd  Boca Raton, FL 33498

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