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Event Archive - Seun Kuti & Egypt 80, Ndidi Onukwulu

Wed. June 25th 2008 8:30pm doors at 8pm The Commodore Ballroom (No Minors) 8:30pm doors at 8pm
TICKET GIVE-AWAY  $40+
Tickets at: All Ticketmaster Locations
The TD Canada Trust Vancouver International Jazz Festival has generously given us two pairs of tickets for
Seun Kuti & Egypt 80 and Ndidi Onukwulu, so ENTER TO WIN free passes for you and a friend.

TO ENTER:
- LOG IN to your LiveMusicVancouver account
(account must be confirmed)

- CLICK on the "Suggestion Box"
(the letter/mail icon to the left of the tagged show listing)

- INDICATE that you'd like "Sean Kuti/Ndidi Onukwulu Tickets"
- Leave us your FULL NAME (as it appears on your I.D.)
- Leave your PHONE NUMBER (where you can be contacted on Wednesday, June 18)

PLEASE NOTE: You must be able to pick up your tickets from an as-yet-unspecified Commercial Drive location

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Contests close at 12 noon on Wednesday, June 18.
One entry per account please.
Winners are selected by random draw.
Winners must respond by 10am the day after being contacted, or tickets will be forfeited and offered to the next eligible entry. The first entrant will have no further claim to the prize.
Contestants must allow us the right to publish their names if asked.
We reserve the right to cancel or modify any contest or contest rules at any time without notice, and are not responsible for any errors, damage or negligence that might occur in connection with the contest, including technical failures, the acts of the promoter or venue, or show cancellations.
Prizes are awarded as is and there are no warranties or guarantees, implied or expressed.
Further, we reserve the right to substitute any prize or portion of the prize with a prize or prizes of equal or greater value.

GOOD LUCK & ENJOY THIS YEAR'S FESTIVAL!

Seun Kuti & Egypt 80

Award-winning Nigerian musician Seun Kuti is the youngest son of beloved Afrobeat pioneer Fela Kuti, who was revered for his radical politics as much as his music. Seun is very much his father’s son: he has that deep singing voice and plays alto saxophone with a pungent, muscular, sexy blend of funk and jazz infused with traditional African eleme... more info

Ndidi Onukwulu

Born of a Nigerian father and a German mother, Ndidi Onukwulu is unquestionably the hottest young blues singer in Canada. Growing up in the small northern towns of BC, Onukwulu focused on the African rhythms of her father’s heritage as well as the classic blues of Big Mama Thornton and John Lee Hooker. At the same time, this budding artist was de... more info
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