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Buzz Bake Sale 2011 Ticket Giveaway!

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The mighty Buzz Bake Sale's 16th running is upon us this Saturday at Cruzan Amphitheatre. Staind, Seether, and Chevelle (featured in a fine story penned by our own Matt Hendley) ride atop the rock-heavy lineup for the daylong festival put on by 103.1 the Buzz.

And, if you're hungering for more of a Buzz between now and Saturday, be sure to attend the final Battle of the Bands -- featuring Submission Red, Fallen From the Sky, and Shatterglass -- at Speakeasy Lounge on Thursday evening (Facebook invite).

For once, this is actually a good time to be without tickets. If you haven't picked up your entry passes for this year's event, we're here to remedy the situation right quick. Yes, a contest lurks below that anyone with a Facebook account and a dream can enjoy.

Yes, please take the time to "like" County Grind on Facebook below, and then leave us a comment on our Facebook page sometime before noon on Thursday, December 1, and you'll be eligible to win. We'll contact the winner later in the day on Thursday, and your tickets will be at will call at the event.

Buzz Bake Sale 2011. With Staind, Seether, Chevelle, Hinder, Everlast, Adelita's Way, Art of Dying, Middle Class Rut, Falling in Reverse, and One. 12:30 p.m. Saturday, December 3, at Cruzan

Amphitheatre, 601-7 Sansbury's Way, West Palm Beach. Tickets cost $20 to

$40. Click here.


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