First, let me get to the news. This Saturday, February 25th, STRFKR will be headlining a free music festival put on by USC and their campus radio station, KXSC. The festival, appropriately named KXSC Fest, will also feature performances by Nosaj Thing, White Fence, TRMRS, and more. Check out that handy poster up above for all the information you need.
To celebrate this event, the good folks at Polyvinyl Records have hooked up a STRFKR prize pack to giveaway, which contains a copy of their last CD, Reptilians, a STRFKR poster, and a Polyvinyl DVD that features a number of music videos, including one from STRFKR. All you have to do to enter this giveaway is simply share this post on your Twitter or Facebook and make sure to tag us in the post so we know that you’ve entered. You can find us here on Twitter and here on Facebook. Again, make sure to tag us in the post so we see your entry.
A winner will be chosen on Friday, so best of luck to you. And, if you live in Los Angeles, we hope to see you at the STRFKR show on Saturday.
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