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UT looking for Music Fest opener

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The University of Toledo is looking for a local act to open up Music Fest 2013 this fall.

The university is asking musicians and bands to submit videos starting today.

One performer will be picked to open the festival and win $750.

Here's how to enter: Post a video no longer than five minutes on the Music Fest's Facebook page.

Entries will be accepted today through July 7 at midnight.

The public will then vote on the ten finalists.

A winner will be announced July 16.

The Music Fest will be September 13, 2013 on the UT Campus.

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