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Win Tickets To See Paul Weller At The Teenage Cancer Trust Concert!

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We’ve just launched our ‘SO YOU THINK YOU’RE THE BIGGEST SUPERFAN?’ competition to win tickets to two of this year’s Teenage Cancer Trust concerts. Runners up will receive a copy of the new and exclusive DVD. To find out more visit our Facebook group, bebo or Myspace.

Enter our competition to win tickets to see Duffy, The Fratellis and Paul Weller, live at the Teenage Cancer Trust concert at the Royal Albert Hall in April 2008.

All you have to do is upload a video or photo to prove how much you love your favourite band, whoever they are. To win, do your best to impress us and prove that you really are a true superfan.

You could submit a photo of you dressed up as your idol or a clip of you singing one of their greatest hits. Maybe you’re a dead ringer for Noel Gallagher or you had your picture taken with The Fratellis; use your imagination and upload it now! Please include a caption stating why you should win. Entries can be submitted on Facebook, Bebo, Myspace and by e-mail.

The best entries will win either a pair of tickets to see Paul Weller & Duffy on Thursday 10 April or a pair of tickets to see The Fratellis & Friends on Friday 11 April 2008. Runners up will win a copy of a brand new dvd featuring previously unreleased footage from TCT charity concerts.
Please state clearly which prize you hope to win.

Good luck!

Just released: Unseen footage from last year’s TCT concert available from all good music retailers and


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