Anthony Ervin to DJ at Mumford & Sons’ Communion Night in NYC

On Tuesday, December 3rd, Anthony Ervin will be DJ’ing at a Mumford & Sons’ Communion Night at the Rockwood Music Hall.

Yes, that’s right, Olympic gold medalist swimmer Anthony Ervin is flying across the country to DJ as one of the headlining acts as part of this Mumford and Sons-produced multi-act mega show. The series of shows is being run by Mumford and Sons vocalist/keyboardist/all-around musical-awesome-man Ben Lovett while the group is taking a break. He hosts a show on the first Tuesday of every month.

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Photo Courtesy: Mike Lewis

This show will feature live sets by:

  • Rosco Bandana
  • Christopher Paul Stelling
  • Rachel Brown
  • Kate Davis
  • Michael Daves
  • Kristin Andreassen
  • Elijah and the Moon

With Ervin DJ’ing alongside Communion resident DJ the Big P.A.

These shows are a big deal.

And Here’s the Best Part: YOU CAN ATTEND THE SHOW!

We’ve been given a pair of tickets to give away to YOU, our lovely readers. Here’s what you have to do:

Step 1) Be 21 or older, and be able to get yourself Lower Manhattan on December 3rd, 2013 at 7PM.
Step 2) Tweet anything, ANYTHING, and tag @swimswamnews, @anthonyervin, and @communionmusic.


Post ANYTHING on our Facebook page, and tag both Anthony Ervin and CommunionMusic


Post a picture of anything swimming or music related on Instagram, tag @anthonyervin and @swimswamnews

Everyone who can successfully complete the above task (come on, you’re 21 years old) and meets the eligibility requirements will be entered into a hat, and we’ll pick one out to win the tickets!

(PS – you have to follow us on the social media site for us to pick your entry. It’s the only way for us to find your entry).

It’s just that easy. Winners will be announced at 5PM Eastern Time on Monday, December 2nd, so get your entries in by then!


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