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The Langerado "Sing to Win" Contest's Creepy Winner

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Well, we made it to the conclusion of our 2011 Langerado Music Festival ticket giveaway. After two weeks of prodding, we managed to get a few of you to submit a video of yourself singing a song by an artist participating in the fest (and countless others to talk about how they would enter but not follow through). I even made my own stupid fake entry to goad some of you into participating.

We have chosen which lucky entrant will receive a pair of passes for a seriously packed weekend of music at Markham Park October 8-9. Watch the winning video below.

Congratulations to Greig Santos-Buch for a rendition of Ben Harper's "Burn One Down" that sounds like it was done by one of Adam Sandler's many alter-egos.

Langerado Music Festival 2011. With Death Cab for Cutie, Trey

Anastasio Band, Ben Harper, Thievery Corporation, Ween, Arctic Monkeys,

G. Love & Special Sauce, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Wolfgang Gartner,

Etienne De Crecy, the Glitch Mob, Ghostland Observatory, Das Racist,

Portugal. The Man, Friendly Fires, Childish Gambino, Smith Westerns,

Super Mash Bros., Conspirator, Savoy, Mates of State, the Whigs, Yuck,

Metropolis, Keys N Krates, Two Fresh, RAC DJs, Lance Herbstrong, HOTTUB,

Bobby Lee Rogers, the Heavy Pets, Nicos Gun, a Million Pieces, Nic

Cowan, Bear Cub, K. Flay, Rachel Goodrich, and the Kingston Springs. October 8 and 9. Advance tickets cost $150. Click here.


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