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See Blackalicious at the Fillmore for just $10

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You read that right. You can see Blackalicious at the Fillmore this Friday, January 27, for just $10 (well, plus the applicable service fees). Tickets are on-sale right now at LiveNation.com or you can pick them up directly at the Fillmore box office. Oh, we should also let you know that this is also the 13th Annual Transworld Snowboard Riders Poll Awards Show, in which the winners from the 2011 poll will be announced. That means there will be a ton of the dudes who've been nominated on hand if you're into that sort of thing.



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