The erics: Your last chance to vote - polls close at 6pm!
With mere hours to go until the polls close (6pm people!), we thought we'd give you a heads up on your last chance to vote for your favourites in The erics, and also bend your
ear eyes about the awards themselves which you can get yourself down to on the night!
First of all, let's pause for a moment on the fact that over 150,000 votes have been cast. We thank you for your finger clicks. We apologise for any carpal tunnel syndrome it may have caused. Especially in the Best Irish Album category, which had over 27,000 votes alone. For a more detailed breakdown of who's in the running for what thus far, check out Sheena's post from yesterday.
For now, we have even more exciting things to talk about. The awards themselves. Are you sitting down? Good.
January 16th is the big night, and The Village on Wexford St. is the place. And guess what? You're invited. We have performances from Delorentos, Heathers, Bouts and Leanne Harte and music late into the night, as well as many a competition for you, with prizes ranging from HTC phones to a plethora of gig tickets, a Jameson Dublin International Film Festival Season Pass and lots more to be announced. Oh, and you'll get to see FM104's Sean Munsanje dole out gongs to our celeb nominees (if Angelina doesn't come in that dress, she's not allowed in).
'But how do I access this wealth of treasures?!', I hear you ask. Easy. Tickets are available right here. 10 blips gets you all the music, all the lols, and Bacardi Oakheart will be on hand to quench your thirst and spice things up a bit with Oak & Coke. Save the date, you'll only be raging if you don't...
Story by David O'Shaughnessy | 12:45 | Wednesday 9th January 2013 | Gossip
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