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Sing Your Way to Jamaica at Whiskey Tango Tonight

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Free stuff is just falling out of the sky today. Hollywood megabar -- and winner of the 2011 Readers' Poll for Best Bar -- Whiskey Tango and Big 105.9 are hosting the last qualifying edition of Reno's Rockstar Karaoke tonight in preparation for next week's finals. The winner gets a trip for two to Hedonism II resort in Negril, Jamaica.

As you might imagine, this is no ordinary night of karaoke. With a live band on stage, it's as good an opportunity as ever to show off your style, your charisma, and that one-foot hop you've been practicing in front of the mirror all these years.

For a chance to sing for your supper in paradise, enter here.

Next Thursday, the top finalists from each of the past three weeks' competitions will be put to the test to get that trip.

Rockstar Karaoke. 9 p.m. Thursday, June 30, at Whiskey Tango, 1903 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood. No cover. Click here.


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