WIN / VIP Tix to Art Brut last.fm gig at London Garage, 4th November

By on Thursday, 27th October 2011 at 3:00 pm
 

Audioscrobbling site last.fm are curating a unique series of ‘Last.fm Presents Live Friday’ gigs to take place at London Garage on the first Friday of the month. The artists invited to participate in these gigs? They’re determined straight from the data in the last.fm hype charts. In other words, music users like you have direct say in who gets booked. Pretty neat, huh? In the coming weeks, we’ll be giving you a chance to win something very exciting: a pair of VIP tickets to the next gig. VIP tickets can’t be bought, so please know that if you are the lucky winner, you are in for something special indeed.

November’s gig, on the 4th of November, stars TGTF favourites Art Brut, supported by the Violet May and the Lysergic Suite. More details about this gig are available here from last.fm.

Do our pair of VIP tickets have your name on them? You won’t know unless you enter. How do you enter, you ask? First, enter your name and email address on the form below. We’ll use these bits to contact you if you’ve won. Then answer correctly this question: who designed and drew the cover art on their latest release, ‘Brilliant! Tragic!’ We’ll pick the winner out of all the correct entries we receive. Simple, yes? Be sure to get your entries in before 12 noon British time on Tuesday the 1st of November, when we close the contest. Good luck everyone!

If you’d prefer to buy tickets to this event, go here. Tickets are £11 plus shipping/handling fees.

This contest is now closed and the winner will be contacted soon by email.

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