Three Days Grace Want Fans To Create New Video

Rockers Three Days Grace ask fans to use their hit single "Break" to create pump up videos or highlight reels for High School football teams. The contest encourages fans to use still images, video and graphics and create a video to the bands’ song "Break."

To compete, submit videos that highlight the football season or pumps people up before a game by including best moments, behind the scenes footage and memorable plays. The band will review all entries and select the winners.

The winning team will receive autographed copies of 3DG’s album Life Starts Now for everyone on the team as well as a special autographed football. Five runners up will receive autographed copies of Life Starts Now and T-Shirts.

Three Days Grace is currently touring in support of the album in Canada and will return to the US in 2010 (tour dates below).

Three Days Grace Tour Dates (Canada)
11/17 – Vancouver – Pacific Coliseum
11/19 – Kelowna –Prospera Place
11/20 – Kamloops – Interior Savings Centre
11/22 – Prince George – CN Centre
11/23 – Dawson Creek – Encana Events Centre
11/26 – Edmonton – Rexall Place
11/27 – Lethbridge – Enmax Centre
11/28 – Medicine Hat – Medicine Hat Arena
11/30 – Calgary – Pengrowth Saddledome
12/2 – Saskatoon – Credit Union Centre
12/3 – Regina – Brandt Centre
12/5 – Winnipeg – MTS Centre
12/8 – Sault St Marie – Essar Centre
12/10 – Sudbury – Sudbury Arena
12/15 – London – John Labatt Centre
12/17 – Toronto – Air Canada Centre
12/20 – Ottawa – Scotiabank Place
12/21 – Montreal – Cepsum

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