[THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED] WIN tickets to Greenwich Music Time, one of London’s best music events!
Fancy seeing Goldfrapp’s only London performance this year?
Then you best get down to Greenwich Music Time, an event taking place over 4 days at the legendary Old Royal Naval College in London. It’s playing host to 4 fantastic acts, including Goldfrapp, Jools Holland, Russell Watson and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Australian Pink Floyd Show.
musicMagpie are delighted to be partnering with the event and to celebrate, we’re giving 4 lucky people a platinum VIP experience at Greenwich Music Time. This amazing prize includes:
- A front row seat at one of concerts
- Full hospitality, including a drinks reception, a luxury buffet and an exclusive VIP bar area
- A stay in a luxury London hotel
We’re also giving away 40 pairs of VIP tickets, which include one of the best seats in the house and full VIP hospitality at the concert.
Here’s what you need to do to enter (click the image to enlarge):
Excited? Here’s a bit more information on the acts for you to sink your teeth into.
The Australian Pink Floyd Show (Wednesday 20th August)
Tribute acts don’t come much bigger than the Australian Pink Floyd Show. Forget those dodgy blokes down the pub stumbling through ‘Comfortably Numb’, these guys are the real deal with a mind-blowing visual display and some quality renditions of classics from across Pink Floyd’s legendary album.
They’re so good that Dave Gilmour, the actual Pink Floyd’s guitarist, booked them to play at his 50th birthday party!
Goldfrapp (Thursday 21st August)
The legendary electropop duo takes to the Old Royal Naval College stage for their only London show of the year and it’s bound to be an unmissable performance.
Goldfrapp will be performing hits from their back catalogue, from their iconic debut Felt Mountain right up to 2013’s critically acclaimed Tales of Us.
Russell Watson and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (Friday 22nd August)
Russell Watson needs no introduction. The tenor has sold over 8 million records worldwide and is one of the most recognisable voices in classical music.
Supported by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Russell will be performing songs new and old. There’ll be a couple of special guests too, including renowned stage actress and singer Kerry Ellis.
Jools Holland (Saturday 23rd August)
The host of ‘Later…’ and the annual New Year’s Hootenanny, Jools is bringing his Rhythm and Blues Orchestra to Greenwich for one big homecoming party.
Local lad Jools will also be bringing some guest vocalists along for the ride, including Spice Girl Mel C and Soft Cell’s Marc Almond.
For more information about Greenwich Music Time, check out their website (where you’ll also find full ticket details).