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Big Day Out 2012: Cage The Elephant Giveaway

Written by Alex Langlands on January 12, 2012

All this week Music Feeds have been giving away tickets to Big Day Out sideshows like no tomorrow. Today we’re giving away two double passes to one of the best indie-rock bands to grace our shores this year. Cage the Elephant are due to land in Australia in a matter of days, fresh off the back of their hot new release Thank You Happy Birthday and their amazing American/European tour, including that unforgettable Lollapalooza performance in mid 2011.

To win one of these double passes to either their Sydney show at Oxford Arts on January 28th or their Melbourne show at the Northcote Social Club on the 31st January, all you have to do is email us at [email protected] and tell us what your most memorable birthday experience is and why! Pretty simple eh?

If you haven’t entered our Kasabian/The Vaccines competition yet, better get in quick as entries close soon, and stay tuned for our Röyksopp competition, to be announced later in the week.

Cage the Elephant will be touring nationally with the Big Day Out tour in the next few weeks. Be sure to get your ticket from the Big Day Out Website before they sell out!

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