SING TO WIN: First five to belt out Scouting For Girls tune at Guardian office tomorrow, Thursday, to win gig tickets (From Warrington Guardian)
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SING TO WIN: First five to belt out Scouting For Girls tune at Guardian office tomorrow, Thursday, to win gig tickets
Updated 9:42am Thursday 3rd July 2014 in News
COULD you belt out a Scouting For Girls song at Warrington Guardian’s reception desk?
If you dare sing one of the indie pop band’s hits to us like She's So Lovely, Heartbeat or their first number one, This Ain't a Love Song, then you could be rewarded with free tickets for their Warrington show.
We do not mind if you are off key or want to do it in a club singer style.
But you have to be fast because we have just five pairs of tickets to hand out to budding pop stars on a first come first served basis.
The tickets, which normally cost £20, are for Scouting For Girls’ headline set at Old Market Place on Sunday, July 20, as part of Warrington Music Festival.
All you have to do is be among the first five people to sing one of the band’s tunes at The Academy in Bridge Street from 9.30am on Thursday.
You must also be willing to appear on an online video and give some brief personal details.
The ticket giveaway is to celebrate the Guardian’s partnership with Warrington Music Festival.
But if you miss out we have a further 20 pairs of tickets up for grabs with a phone, text and email competition.
How to enter
If you would like the chance to win a pair of Scouting For Girls tickets, simply answer the question below and enter using any of the following options: - Phone: Call 09011510222 and leave your answer and details when prompted.
- Text: Send your text to 80360 starting with MUSICFESTIVAL, leave a space and then your answer, name, address and contact details.
- Email: Email your answer along with your name, address and contact number to firstname.lastname@example.org Question: What was Scouting For Girls’ first number one single?
Closing date is Wednesday, July 9, after which 20 winners will be selected at random.
Usual Newsquest competition rules apply. Visit newsquest.co.uk/terms for more details.
Calls cost no more than 51p per call from a BT landline. Calls from mobiles and some other networks may cost more.
Texts cost 50p plus your normal operator text charge.
Phone and text voting lines open today, Thursday, and close on Wednesday at 11.59pm.
Service Provided by Newsquest Media Group.
Warrington Music Festival’s organisers may wish to contact you with further information, should you not wish to receive such information, please mark NO DATA on your entry.