Win tickets to a very exclusive Manic Street Preachers recording
Wednesday 28 September 2011
We’ve hooked up with Spanish car maker SEAT to offer an absolutely amazing prize to three lucky music fans.
The Manic Street Preachers are to perform an exclusive live recording this Friday, 30 September, in front of an audience of just 20 people – and we’re offering you and two friends the chance to be there.
The Manics’ session will be just one of a series of recordings being made over the next few weeks for new Channel 4 series On Track...with SEAT, which sees artists such as Kaiser Chiefs, Friendly Fires and Rizzle Kicks record their tracks direct to vinyl at London’s Metropolis Studios.
To be in with a chance of winning the tickets, simply fill your details in the form below, and the winner will be selected at random at 5pm on Thursday. Make sure to leave a valid mobile phone number - we'll be contacting you soon after!
And if you’re not lucky enough to win this time, check out www.facebook.com/seatmusic for exclusive music downloads and footage from On Track with SEAT.
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