Win tickets for Example’s Hatfield concert

PUBLISHED: 21:57 17 October 2011 | UPDATED: 08:44 18 October 2011

Chart-topper Example is coming to Hatfield for a concert

Chart-topper Example is coming to Hatfield for a concert


HAVING racked up two monster number one hits and a chart-topping album this summer, Example is currently one of the hottest names in the UK music business.

Changed The Way You Kiss Me and Stay Awake were two of this summer’s festival anthems, while album Playing In The Shadows also stormed to the top of the charts. Example also appeared on Wretch 32’s smash single Unorthodox, which samples The Stone Roses classic Fools Gold.

Real name Elliot John Gleave, Example attracted a massive crowd when he played the V Festival at Chelmsford, Essex, in August.

However, lucky punters in Hatfield can watch him in much more intimate surroundings later this month.

Example will be playing live at the Forum Hertfordshire on Tuesday, October 25.

The College Lane concert is being broadcast live on BBC Radio 1, but you could be there if you win the Welwyn Hatfield Times’ latest Forum competition.

We have a pair of tickets to win for the show, which starts at 7pm sharp, courtesy of the Forum Hertfordshire.

To stand a chance of winning the tickets to see Example in Hatfield, simply answer the following question.

What is the name of Example’s recent number one hit?

a) Stay Awake

b) Fall Asleep

To enter, send you answer to Example Competition, Welwyn Hatfield Times, 31a Howardsgate, WGC, AL8 6AP or email

Remember to include your name, age, address and contact telephone numbers.

The closing date is noon on Wednesday, October 19.

Normal Archant rules apply.

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