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[UPDATED] Giveaway: Two Tickets to Tomorrow's Tum Tum and Big Tuck Show at Dada

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Update 11/8: Congrats to Dustin Stanford, who won the tickets to tonight's show.

There's a killer Dallas hip-hop show tomorrow at Dada, featuring Tum Tum and Big Tuck, formerly of Dirty South Rydaz, joining forces for one smoke-filled night on the outdoor stage. They'll be joined by A.Dd+, Dustin Cavazos, DJs Sober, Q and Jay Clipp, and other special guests for a event called The Day Dallas Stood Still. Why that name? Tum Tum's right-hand man Mason LaDue puts it this way:

"Everyone swears Dallas can't come together, and so we did this to show how easy it is, and that we fuck with everyone."

Indeed. We've got a pair of tickets to tomorrow's show. Wanna fuck with 'em? Email here or leave your name and email address in the comments, and we'll pick a winner tomorrow.

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