COMPETITION: Win Tickets To See Goldie


We have two pairs of tickets to give away to two lucky winners to see Goldie and the Heritage Orchestra in July.

Cultural icon, musician, actor, DJ and artist, Goldie, has partnered with the Heritage Orchestra to uniquely combine classic and electronic music for a one-off performance through Colston Hall.

Renowned conductor Charles Hazlewood will be leading a live orchestral performance of Goldie’s seminal album ‘Timeless’, featuring a full orchestra, electronics and vocalists for an unforgettable and extraordinary show.

The gig is on Saturday, 25th July at 6pm at the Harbourside Amphitheatre, and those nice people at MixRadio have given us two pairs of tickets available for some lucky winners.

To win the chance to attend the event, download MixRadio here and listen to Goldie’s playlists. You’ll need to do this in order to answer our competition question – sneaky, aren’t we? But hey, it’s Goldie. He’s a legend, and these playlists are erm… TIMELESS (geddit?)

Send your answer to the question below to this email. We’ll pick two winners at random, editor’s decision is final, you have to be able to attend the event in question and you can’t resell these tickets if you win (I mean, unethical, right?)

What is the first track of Goldie’s playlist on MixRadio:

A. ‘Heart’s Desire’ by Don Blackman

B. ‘Mysteries of the World’ by MFSB

C. ‘Twighlight’ by Maze

Deadline to enter: Sunday 19th July. Also, if you’re under 14, you have to be accompanied by an adult. Sorry, that’s the venue’s rules, not ours. Also, you have to be under 24 to enter. This is our rule. We’re a youth magazine. That’s sorta the point. Okay, that’s it. GOOD LUCK.


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