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Contest: Win a Free Pair of Tickets to Projekt Revolution!

Coming this Thursday, check out both the Broward-Palm Beach and Miami New Times papers for coverage of the Projekt Revolution tour!

The tour takes place Friday, August 10 at the Sound Advice Ampitheatre in West Palm Beach. Headlining are tour founders Linkin Park; accompanying them across two stages are My Chemical Romance, Taking Back Sunday, H.I.M., Placebo, the Bled, Saosin, and more. (Visit the tour's web site for a complete lineup).

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This contest comes courtesy of Fanscape and Taking Back Sunday, whose third album, Louder Now,, was released last year and is now gold-certified.

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