Toronto Music Scene October 15, 2013
This contest is now closed.
Grammy-nominated producer and musician Steve Aoki rolls into the Sound Academy on October 29 and we're giving you a chance to see the legendary man for free.
Toronto Music Scene October 1, 2013
In celebration of our partnership with Indie Week Canada we're giving away a pair of wristbands to one lucky Toronto Music Scene reader. We're making this contest an easy one. All you gotta do is Tweet:
I wanna win @indieweek wristbands from @TorontoMusic http://ow.ly/poMrj #TorontoMusic
You can enter as many times as you want. We don't mind. Of course, excessive spammers will be ignored, but that goes without saying.
And while you're there, make sure you're following both accounts so we can DM the winner. Winner will be contacted on Friday October 11th in the afternoon. And hey, lucky future winner, take note of the Rivoli's line-up on Friday October 18. Toronto Music Scene is hosting an after-party gig featuring The Beaches, The Anti-Queens, our own TJ Hollywood, and more! The party kicks off at 11. See you there.
Toronto Music Scene October 1, 2012
INDIE WEEK IS ALMOST HERE! From October 10-14 more than 200 bands will be playing across various venues in Toronto. We're giving away a pair of wristbands every day this week (monday to friday) to one lucky Tweeter who tweets:
Both handles must be included in order to be eligible to win. You can enter as many times as you like every day. Wristbands are good for all five days. Make sure you follow us as we'll be DM'ing winners with the details.
Must be 19+.
Need help figuring out which bands to see? We've been posting Band of the Day picks every day. Check them out!
Toronto Music Scene August 31, 2012
Last chance to enter!
The month is coming to an end, the Ex is coming to an end, so sadly this all means summer is coming to an end. To combat that pre-fall depression, we're stoked to announce our latest, greatest, most delicious contest EVER! We're giving one lucky reader a complimentary platter of Sneaky Dee's new "Cactus in the Valley" nachos, the tex-mex restaurant's new collaboration with sweet musician Lights.
After the success of the Cancer Bats' nacho collaboration, the Destroyer, Sneaky Dee's has announced the second of what will hopefully become a series of musician-inspired nacho platters. Lights said, "Creating nachoes with Sneaks is collaboration on another level, hearty as hell!"
The Cactus In the Valley nachos feature tortillas topped with seasoned chicken, rice, salsa roja, frijoles, grilled peppers and onions, then baked with cheese and topped with fresh guacamole and sour cream.
WE TRIED THEM! Picture an open-face burrito dripping in gooey cheese and smothered in delicious guacamole. These are not nachos for the faint of heart as these bad boys are meant to be shared. They eat like a meal. It comes as a surprise the sweet little Lights created such a hearty dish, as the two of us hungry couldn't finish them. Overall verdict? Nacho - more like yacho!
SO HOW DO YOU GET SOME NOM NOM NACHOS FOR YOURSELF?!
1) LIKE us on Facebook
2) FOLLOW us on Twitter
3) Tweet: I wanna win a platter of @theSneakyDees & @lights new 'Cactus in the Valley' nachos from @TorontoMusic
Don't have Twitter? Say something along those lines on Facebook, but make sure to tag us! You can enter the contest once a day, every day.
Contest closes THURSDAY September 13 at midnight EST! We'll announce the winner and DM for details shortly after.
Even if you don't win, you can get over and order a platter of these limited time only nachos for $15.95. We'll be reviewing these bad boys next week, so keep checking back to find out what we think of "Cactus In The Valley."