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Competition || Win Tickets To See Loco Dice Perform In Johannesburg 

Announcing the first official fundraising tour for this year, Bridges for Music is proud to welcome German DJ and electronic music producer Loco Dice on his first visit to South Africa this February. We are giving you a chance to win a set of double tickets to see Loco Dice plat at Truth and at Soweto Zone 6.

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Loco Dice’s tour forms part of Bridges for Music’s fundraising initiatives for educational projects like its music and multimedia school in Langa -- or the various scholarship programmes that have already helped underprivileged South African artists to perform on global stages like Tomorrowland or Glastonbury.

To win tickets to all you have to do is 

1. Follow us on Twitter  @thinkinedm
2. Like us on Facebook think IN electornic
3. Answer the following question by tweeting us or posting on our Facebook page 
4. Include the hashtag #PlayForEducation
5. Include which gig you want to attend, Soweto Zone 6 or Truth 

Question: Has Loco Dice played in South Africa before?

Competition closes 5th February 2015

On Saturday 7th February Loco Dice will perform his 2nd show at Truth nightclub in Midrand, and on Sunday February 8th, Soweto’s Zone 6 will be the venue for the third show, a special night supported by local icons Black Coffee and DJ Shimza with the participation of local icons Vinny Da Vinci, Jullian Gomes and Da Capo. Loco Dice will host a special workshop at the Kliptown Youth Centre, located in the heart of Soweto.

All of the proceeds from the fundraising shows will go directly to Bridges for Music, thanks to support from Red Bull Studios in Cape Town, who are covering all expenses of the tour, and Loco Dice, who is committing his time to support this cause. The public can support the initiative by purchasing tickets to the show or donating via a special crowd funding platform created for this tour:

Bridges for Music have been raising money to build a music and multimedia school in the township of Langa, Cape Town with the goal of empowering the community through music. The non-profit organisation’s main goal for 2015 is to ensure the music school is sustainable over the next three years by securing additional funding. The school aims to become a creative hub where these young, talented individuals are able to pursue their dreams and develop skills, through a shared passion for music. The aim is also for the school to become a landmark in the community of Langa.

Through various fundraising initiatives BFM has already raised over R2-million in funds, which covers the initial build of the school. Most notably a highly successful charity cycle in 2014 organised by Resident Advisor from London to Amsterdam (during ADE) raised over £100,000 (R1,8m) with the support of over 2,800 donors and the sponsors of the cycle (Native Instruments, ADE, Pioneer DJ and SONOS). Thirty riders in total were able to take part in the challenge thanks to Resident Advisor who covered the costs of the cycle to enable 100% of the donations to go to the Langa music and multimedia school.

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