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    Stem nu voor de Q-dance Top 100


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    Every year Q-Dance organises their Q-Dance Top 100. At this top 100 it’s possible to choose your five favorite tracks that came out in 2017. In other words, the top 100 only allows tracks with a official release on their name.

    So, after you’ve chosen your five favorite tracks, you have to rank each track from 1 to 5, based on which you think is the best. Eventually, after every one has voted, the ten most chosen tracks will be represented during the Freaqshow Top 10. These chosen ones will be played during the last edition of the event.

    Vote for the Q-dance Top 100 and win tickets

    Q-dance has announced that two voters will be selected. These winners both receive a ticket for a Q-dance event at own choice. However, it is required that you have a Facebook-account to vote.

    Voting for the Q-dance Top 100 can be done here and is possible till the 8th of December at 23:59 (CET).

    The post Stem nu voor de Q-dance Top 100 is visible on Hard News.

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