Report by Charlotte Richardson , chief reporter
Thursday, May 24, 2012
THE Mercury is offering two lucky readers the chance to win a pair of golden circle tickets to one of the biggest music bashes of the summer.
You can watch T4 On The Beach from one of the best spots in the house when the event comes to Weston on July 1.
Chart-topping Marina and the Diamonds, sizzling hot boy band The Wanted and many more top acts will take to the stage in town.
On top of all the music, fans will also get the chance to get up, close and personal with the stars from Made in Chelsea who will be joining the T4 gang – Nick Grimshaw, Jameela Jamil, Matt Edmondson, Will Best and Georgie Okell to help celebrate the event’s 10th birthday.
Tickets are selling fast but the Mercury has two pairs of golden circle tickets to give away so you will have the best view on the beach and watch all the performances within reaching distance of the stage.
The star-studded line-up also includes the likes of celebrity favourite MC Wretch 32, solo artists Tulisa and Dappy, Brit superstar Alexandra Burke, pop sensation Conor Maynard, newcomers Rita Ora and Maverick Sabre, Brighton duo Rizzle Kicks, soulful starlets Little Mix, Bajan group Cover Drive and UK rappers Professor Green and Labrinth.
More brilliant acts and top celebrity guests will be revealed in the coming weeks along with familiar faces from top T4 and Channel 4 shows.
For tickets and information see the Channel 4 website www.channel4.com/t4 at @t4witter and the T4 Facebook page.
To be in with a chance to claim your golden circle tickets, just answer the following question: How many years has T4 On The Beach been running?
Send your answers on a postcard, along with a daytime telephone number, to T4 On The Beach competition, Weston, Worle & Somerset Mercury, 32 Waterloo Street, Weston-super-Mare, BS231LW. Or click on the link at the top right hand side of the screen to enter by June 15.
Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
By entering the T4 On The Beach site, you grant Done and Dusted and its licensees the right to film you and exploit that film for all media, worldwide, in perpetuity.
The editor’s decision is final.