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NEDU LOPES, DJ BAZOOKA, SUPA! AND HEDSPIN MOVE ON TO THE FINAL NIGHT

DJ SUPA! (France) David Seetoh Lang/Red Bull Content Pool

During the past week, thousands of partygoers have converged over five nights to witness 18 of the world’s best DJs battle it out to earn a spot in the final sold-out showcase taking place at the Commodore on Saturday, December 17, 2011. At each stage, the rules remain the same: 15 minutes to rock the crowd with a set that incorporates at least three genres of music and keeps partygoers on their feet, and the judges impressed.

Making it to the final event is homegrown Vancouver native - Hedspin, joined by Nedu Lopes, Supa! and DJ Bazooka. The judging panel includes Canadian DJ stalwart Skratch Bastid, 2003 DMC Champion and MTV Canada resident DJ Dopey, and the 2010 Thre3style Champion DJ kArve of France. They will be tasked with evaluating each performer on originality / creativity, track selection, technical skills, stage presence, and audience response. Capping the night will be Z-Trip, DJ Nu-Mark, and Vinyl Ritchie.

 

The journey isn’t over for one of the remaining 14 DJs. The DJ chosen as the Mini Wildcard will have a chance to compete in the final showdown and once again have the opportunity to take the title of World’s Best Party Rocker DJ. Can’t make it down, check out the Mini Canada Facebook page to see who will be the Mini Wildcard.

Party Rocking Audio: Mixcloud
Who is the best party rocker DJ in the world? You can now be the judge.
Check out www.mixcloud.com/RedBullThre3Style to follow the globe’s best DJs and listen to their Red BullThre3Style sets.

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