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  • Tired of belting out tunes in your shower? Rocking out in your basement just not cutting it anymore? Then this is the opportunity you’ve been waiting for. Stop singing in front of your mirror, venture out of your garage and join us for Battle of the Beats! Is your music fun and upbeat? Is it something that gets people pumped and moving?

    Then this is the competition for you. Battles of the Beats is seeking artists and bands of all types of music to come out and compete. All artists are welcome, from DJ’s to Rock Bands and everything in-between.

    Battle of the Beats is presented by Beats on the Streets: Surrey’s 10k. There will be prizes for winning bands. Winners will be chosen by our expert panel of judges.

    This musical competition will be held at Olympia Pizza (10257 King George Boulevard) on July 24th and 25th. Each musician will be given a 15 minute set to wow both the crowd and the judges.
    Doors open at 6:30pm and competitors are welcome to bring family and friends.

    Join us for this epic Battle of the Beats and see if your beats have what it takes to beat the competition! If you are interested in participating or looking for more information, contact us at info@surrey10k.com

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