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The 2013 DOMA Ceremony will Feature The Polyphonic Spree, The Cannabanoids and More

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It all comes down to this. We came up with 200 nominees for the 2013 Dallas Observer Music Awards. Over 2,000 of you have voted so far (though the polls are still open!), and this coming Tuesday, November 5, we'll announce the winners at House of Blues.

The DOMA Ceremony should be a spectacle. Your MC for the night is comedian Paul Varghese. The house band is The Cannabanoids -- they'll play a solo set and then they've got a few special guests planned: rapper Tunk, rock band Somebody's Darling and guitar hero Ronnie Heart. And your headliner is The Polyphonic Spree.

The festivities kick off at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, November 5. Tickets are $15 in advance and on sale now.

There will be trophies handed out and speeches made, but really the point of the awards ceremony (and this Saturday's showcase) is to celebrate not just all the nominees, but everyone who contributes to North Texas music. So head down to the West End, get to know some of the people behind all these shows, and enjoy the party.

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