Free tickets for music concert

PUBLISHED: 17:00 27 June 2014 | UPDATED: 17:10 27 June 2014

McBusted performed on the seafront over the weekend

McBusted performed on the seafront over the weekend

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FREE tickets to see one of Weston’s massive pop concerts are being given away just hours before the show begins.

A chance to see super star performers such as The Backstreet Boys, McBusted, Diversity and Five are being handed out on a discount site this afternoon (Fri), while the final preparations are being made for the concert, which will be held on Weston’s seafront tomorrow.

Fans, who have already purchased their tickets for The McBusted Show, have paid from £44.70-66.75 but HotUKDeals.com is currently offering them up for nothing via http://m.hotukdeals.com/freebies/up-4-free-tickets-mcbusted-backstreet-boys-more-sff-1940002?mforwarded=true

A previous deal, which allowed music lovers to purchase a pass to South West Live – which will be held on Sunday - or McBusted and get another free, ran last month, causing anger from those who had already paid full price to see their favourite acts.

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