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Airwalk is holding the annual Unsigned Hero event for the fifth year in a row, once again offering bands a chance to play at huge shows, earning nationwide recognition, and winning cold hard cash.

This year Airwalk is going bigger than ever, teaming up with Alternative Press Magazine for some serious band notoriety. Fans aren't left in the cold though! Simply nominating a band gives you a shot at some rad Airwalk swag, so read on if you want to know how to get involved...

How it works:

Starting <b>June 1st</b> and ending <b>June 30th</b>, fans and bands can go to Airwalk.com/ush to enter their nominations for who they think the best unsigned band is. (Only bands that are unsigned (have no record label or sponsors) will be considered for the event).

When the month is up, Airwalk will select 10 semi finalists from the entries and announce them to the world! Best part? Whoever <b>nominates those 10 bands</b> gets a Custom Airwalk engraved Flip video camera sent to them!

Things get intense from there on in; we will be sending photographers to all 10 bands, giving behind the scenes interviews and video footage to help the bands promote themselves, then, starting August 1st we open up the voting phase, allowing friends and fans to vote for who they think rocks hard enough to earn the Grand Prize:

-$5,000 cash

-An all-expense paid opportunity to play select dates of AP’s Fall Tour

-Attendance on location at the Airwalk photoshoot

-Featured in the 2011 Airwalk music campaign

So that's it! Take a couple of minutes to nominate a music group at Airwalk.com before June 30th, and your band or an unsigned band you love could experience something worth breaking a guitar over:
Becoming the next Airwalk Unsigned Hero!


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