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Win tickets to Rock N’ Roll Promz!

11th October 2005

Attention people of England (specifically Nottingham)! To celebrate 2005’s NOW Festival in Nottingham, we’re giving away two tickets to the star-studded opening party. Yes, sometimes we give things away.

Alan

Creation Records founder, Oasis discoverer and thoroughly nice chap Alan McGee is bringing his Rock ‘N’ Roll Promz spectacular to The Social on Friday 14th October - and you can save yourself a fat twelve quid by winning two free tickets.

The details

What? Alan McGee’s Rock and Roll Promz,
Plus King Biscuit Time DJ set (Steve Mason ex-Beta Band),
Support from DJs Badger and Otter.

When? Friday 14th October
The Social, Pelham Street, Nottingham.
10.15pm - 3am.
How much? 6 quid per ticket from Rock City Box Office on 0115 958 8484

How to win the tickets

Easy peasy. Just contact me telling me why you want the tickets. The response deemed most interesting, worthy or desperate will win, and be announced on Thursday 13th October at 4pm. I’ll meet the winner on Friday and hand over the tickets. How nice is that? Please also be sure you are free on Friday night.

More about NOW

To cut a long story short, NOW has been going for half my lifetime. As ever, the NOW Festival 2005 will be presenting edgy events engaged with city life in the 21st century - a city wide fete of urban creativity, exhibitions, web projects, interactive performances, club nights and more. It’s worldwide reputation is well deserved, with hugely respected artists, performers and musicians itching to jump on board each and every year.

We at Agenzia are proud to be working with The NOW team, and quite frankly we canny wait for it all to kick off once more. Go check it out, NOW.

Update: Congrats to Louise from Sneinton who wins 2 tickets!. Thanks to all of you who entered.

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