O2 is inviting rugby fans to Wear the Rose and show their support for the England Rugby Team by hosting the Official England Rugby 2015 Send-Off with the Rugby Football Union on 9 September at The O2.
14,500 supporters will get the opportunity to wave off the England team in style and give them a huge boost ahead of one of the biggest sporting tournaments in the world.
The final England squad of 31 and Stuart Lancaster will take part in live interviews on stage during a full evening of entertainment. They will be joined by Take That, who will be performing with a 48-piece orchestra for the first time, Britain’s Got Talent winners Collabro, England Rugby’s official anthem singer, soprano Laura Wright, and other special guests.
We’ve teamed up with O2 and the Rugby Football Union to offer 10 readers a pair of tickets for this special night plus an official England Rugby shirt. In addition, there are 40 official England Rugby shirts to be won as runner-up prizes.
There are tickets priced at £20.15 and £35 still available. All £85 tickets come with a free official England Rugby shirt worth £65. For more information, visit englandrugby.com/weartherose.
TO ENTER: follow @indyoffers on Twitter and tweet your message of support using the hashtag #WearTheRose until 6 September
Terms & Conditions: Promotion closes at 23:59 on 6 September 2015. There are 10 prizes of a pair of tickets to Wear The Rose live at The O2 on 9 September plus an official England Rugby shirt. There are 40 runner-up prizes of an official England Rugby shirt. The promotion is open to readers of The Independent and i, and readers of their sister paper The Evening Standard. The winners and runners-up will be the first 50 entries selected at random after the closing date. Winners will be contacted via Twitter by 12pm on 7 September. If winners cannot be contacted by 5pm on 7 September we will re-draw the prize. To enter you must tweet using the hashtag #WearTheRose before this promotion closes. You must also be following @indyoffers at this time to be entered into the draw. Automated or mechanically generated entries to the Promotion are to be disqualified. We reserve the right to disqualify tweets we deem to be inappropriate or offensive. Only one online entry per person. The prize is non-transferable and there is no cash alternative. For further information, please write to Customer Care, The Independent, Northcliffe House, 2 Derry Street, London, W8 5TT. Rugby Football Union. The England Rose is an official registered trademark of the Rugby Football Union. Promoter: O2.Reuse content