Emeli Sande, Howler, Rizzle Kicks, To Kill A King, Dry The River... Win tickets to Q Now: The Sessions
There are just a few week to go until we take over London's XOYO to stage a series of gigs showcasing the freshest and best new talent around.
We will be occupying the East End venue for a week as the likes of Brits Critics Choice winner Emeli Sande and hotly tipped US scuzz rockers Howler play shows.
And we want you to join us. We are giving away a limited number of tickets to each of the shows - full line up below - all you have to do is let us know who you are and which shows you want to go to and you could be a winner in our free draw. The line up is:
Dry The River, Clock Opera, Rae Morris (23 January)
Emeli Sande, Michael Kiwanuka (24)
To Kill A King, Jamie N Commons, Jodie Marie (25)
Howler & Zulu Winter (26)
Rizzle Kicks (27)
(You can listen to a track from each artist in the playlist above)
To enter just fill in your details below - you can enter for more than one show, just make sure you put a comma between band names in the slot below, or simply say 'All' if you want to stand a chance of winning a ticket for all of our gigs. Or if you don't want to chance, a limited number of tickets are still available for £10 at Aloud.com now.
11:50 AM | 16/01/2012
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