Now in its third year, Rhythm Sticks, a festival of drumming and percussion from around the world, is at the Royal Festival Hall from 13 to 20 July. Supported by The Independent, it continues the tradition of the South Bank's hugely popular summer festivals.

Rhythm Sticks has grown this year to include free events for children and workshops, as well as high-profile artists from around the world. The week culminates in the Rhythm Sticks Fair on 20 July.

One Eye reader can win a pair of tickets for every Rhythm Sticks event, as detailed below, plus passes for the last night party. Some of the events overlap, so prizewinners will have to choose which event they would like to go to. The offer does not apply to free events or children's events and workshops.

For runners-up, we have tickets for one of the following: 13 July; Secret Rhythm Society Uniting Rhythms of Four Continents (two pairs on offer) and Te Vaka Music of the South Pacific (five pairs); 14 July: Bill Bruford and Pete Lockett's Network of Sparks (three pairs); 15 July: Glen Velez The World of Frame Drumming (three pairs); 16 July: Gateway to the Orient Focus on Korean Culture (three pairs) and Taal Vadya Kacheri The Evolution of Indian Rhythm (five pairs); 20 July: Billy Cobham meets the Master Drummers of Africa (four pairs) and the Jazz Percussion Quintet World Jazz (three pairs).

To enter, send your details on a postcard, by 10 July, to: Eye/Rhythm Sticks Offer, c/o Jane Arnold, Dewynters PLC, 48 Leicester Square, London WC2H 7QD. First card out of the hat wins first prize. The next 28 each win one pair of tickets for one of the above concerts.