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WMC 2010: Win Free Tickets to Sunday School For Degenerates (CONTEST CLOSED)

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​It wouldn't be WMC without Sunday School For Degenerates, the legendary Made Event 24-hour party that makes the most of conference's final stretch, this year from March 27 to 28. It's a party where you can come and go at will, and let it all hang out, bloodshot eyes, arid nasal passages, swollen feet, and all. It's also a place to catch many of the biggest names in techno (and whatever else is good). 


This year's line-up, in a strange sort of surprise, features a headlining dual set from Adam Beyer and ... Victor Calderone (!). Others on the bill: Beyer by himself, Adultnapper, Agoria, Danny Howells, DJ T, dOp (live), Function (live), Ida Engberg, Lee Burridge, Mathias Kaden, Matthias Tanzmann, Mr. C, Paco Osuna, Pawel, Sebastien Leger, Seth Troxler, Soul Clap, Steve Bug, Tom Middleton, and Vincenzo. It all goes down at the Ice Palace downtown.

Courtesy of Plexi PR, we're giving away a pair of tickets to this essential and final stop on the WMC party circuit. To enter, leave a comment below using a valid e-mail address. We'll randomly draw a winner at noon this Friday, March 19, and notify you by e-mail later that day.

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