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Red Bull Play & Destroy Coming To Penn State

Red Bull is bringing the party to Indigo with Play & Destroy: an iPod v. iPod competition where anyone can play, but only one destroys! Penn State students will go head to head in an epic battle, where creativity and a killer music collection are more important than technical DJ skills.

16 competitors will load their iPod (or phone) with the best of their music library and compete across a variety of pre-selected “battlegories” for a chance to win passes to Firefly Music Festival, tickets to Escape Room, a bar tab at Indigo, ample Red Bull… and more! The only way to advance through the bracket is through crowd applause, so it’s up to YOU to hype the room. LAST DJ STANDING WINS.

Think you have what it takes? Submit your application to by January 22, 2018 for the chance to compete; selected DJs will be announced January 24 at 12:30 p.m.

To see the action firsthand, come to INDIGO in State College on January 27. Doors open & specials begin at 8 p.m.!

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