Six pairs of tickets to give away: Kew The Music
A series of outdoor picnic concerts at Kew Gardens: 3-8 July
Monday 23 April 2012
Kew the Music is a glorious summer music experience. World class artists perform in a week long series of picnic concerts set against the backdrop of the magnificent Victorian Temperate House, in the beautiful botanical setting of Kew Gardens.
We’re offering six lucky readers the chance to win a pair of tickets to the concert of their choice:
- 3 July Status Quo with The Straits
- 4 July M People with Chic
- 5 July Pink Martini with TIM MINCHIN
- 6 July James Morrison
- 7 July Will Young with Nerina Pallot
- 8 July Gipsy Kings with Los Lobos
To enter simply email firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘Kew The Music’ in the subject field.
For more information, or to book tickets, visit www.kew.org/music
Terms and conditions
This promotion closes at 23.59 on 06/05/12. There are six prizes of two tickets to a Kew The Music concert of the winner’s choice, 3-8 July. The winner will be selected at random after the closing date and will be contacted by email on 07/05/12. Over-18’s only. The prizes are nontransferable and there is no cash alternative. Promoter: aka. The Independent's usual competition rules apply.
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