Win a pair of tickets to the Sound City Festival 2013
Win a pair of tickets to the Liverpool Sound City Festival 2013
For our latest competition we are delighted to have teamed up with the Liverpool Sound City Festival to offer a pair of tickets for the entire festival…
Spread across three days, 2-4th May 2013 Liverpool Sound City is the largest international music, digital and film festival and conference in the UK, welcoming over 360 artists, in over 25 venues in Liverpool’s city centre, with over 40,000 music fans and over 3000 industry professionals.
Every year the organisers take pride in bringing some of the most exciting breakthrough artists to the festival, giving people the opportunity to see tomorrow’s major acts up close and personal, before anyone else. Previous years have seen the likes of Florence And The Machine, The Maccabees and Ed Sheeran take to local venues and converted urban spaces as part of the festival.
Liverpool Sound City’s Conference returns to The Hilton hotel for two days of Music, Digital, Art and Film discussion, featuring some of the most influential people from the modern industries. Previous years have included speakers from Warner Music Group, Live Nation, Universal and Domino Records.
This year sees Liverpool Sound City extend to Film and media, showcasing The Art of Pop Film in collaboration with Liverpool gallery FACT, as well as creating pop-up cinemas throughout the city centre.
This year’s festival looks to be one of the most exciting yet; the line-up split over the three days includes Noah and the Whale, Bastille, Reverend and the Makers, Stealing Sheep, The Walkmen, Everything Everything, Toy, Savages, Charlie Boyer & The Voyeurs, Dexys, Enter Shikari, Delphic, Ian Prowse & Amsterdam, and Bo Ningen.
To get your hands on the tickets just answer this fiendishly difficult question;
Q. The Liver Birds are both the symbol of the city of Liverpool and are used within the Sound City logo; there was also a hugely popular BBC TV series of the same name which aired between 1968 and 1978 – Which famous Liverpool band sung the shows theme tune?
Competition is now Closed