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Westword Music Showcase: Sign up for Voice Daily Deals today to get discounted tickets

Sign up for Voice Daily Deals by 10 p.m. tonight to get your discounted tickets for Showcase.
Sign up for Voice Daily Deals by 10 p.m. tonight to get your discounted tickets for Showcase.

The nineteenth annual Westword Music Showcase is coming up fast. If you've already snagged your tickets, good on you! Obviously you know what's cracking, which is why we just know you're going to jump on this like a fat guy on free pizza. Tomorrow through Sunday, you can get GA tickets for 25 percent off and VIP tickets for 33 percent off through our Voice Daily Deals. Pick one up for your buddy, or if you haven't gotten yours yet, here's your chance. To get in on action, you just need to sign up for Voice Daily Deals by 10 p.m. tonight.

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Dada Life

If you've been to Showcase before, you know we're all about going out on a high note at the end of the night, dancing ourselves into traction and partying like it's our last night on earth. In recent years, this role has been filled by Ghostland Observatory, Chromeo and Girl Talk. We needed something on par with those acts, someone who is bigger than life, over the top and capable of providing the perfect soundtrack. Alas, we found 'em: Dada Life. If you're looking to kick out the epic, look no further.

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Trampled by Turtles

Fresh on the heels of playing two sold-out back-to-back nights at the Ogden Theatre last month, this Minnesota-based outfit plays a unique and completely distinctive brand of bluegrass. They play banjos and don't have a drummer, but don't let that fool you. These dudes will kick your ass and take your lunch money, and they'll sing so pretty while they're doing it that you'll be all, "Thank you, sirs. May I have another?"

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P.O.S.

P.O.S., the outspoken Rhymesayers MC otherwise known as Stefon Alexander, quietly released one of our favorite albums last fall, an incendiary little platter called We Don't Even Live Here. As you may recall, Alexander had to put the brakes on touring in support of the album due to health issues. Well, he's now on the mend, and he'll be making his return to Denver on the Westword Music Showcase main stage. You can pretty much count on him wreaking absolute havoc -- all good, as long as he doesn't really scuff our Nikes.

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Nick Waterhouse

Nick Waterhouse is from the now, but from his swag and just even giving a brief ear to his vintage brand of soul, you'd swear on your mother that he was transported directly from Hitsville, USA, circa the 1960s. He wasn't: In fact, this Southern California native was born in the '80s, a full two decades after the heyday of the Motown era. You'd never know as much by listening to him, though. And that's a good thing, in case you're wondering.

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The Mowgli's

You fancy literary types probably know Mowgli from Rudyard Kipling's Jungle Book series. Anyhow, that character is not to be confused with this adorable emerging California-based act, which you perhaps know better as the group responsible for the undeniably exuberant feel-good hit of the summer otherwise known as "San Francisco" -- "Do you feel the love/I feel the love/C'mon, c'mon let's start it up/Let it pour out of your soul." Words to live by.

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My Body Sings Electric

Hot on the heels of being crowned victorious in KTCL's annual Hometown for the Holidays promotion, My Body Sings Electric has truckloads of momentum and seems poised to break out in a big way this year. In fact, we have a feeling that this year's Showcase may very well serve as the band's coming-out party. Should be, ahem, Electric.

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