Win tickets to see AC/DC tribute at The Forum Hertfordshire in Hatfield

PUBLISHED: 15:06 20 October 2013 | UPDATED: 18:07 06 November 2013

Hayseed Dixie will appear at The Forum Hertfordshire in Hatfield

Hayseed Dixie will appear at The Forum Hertfordshire in Hatfield


TAKE the Highway to Hell in Hatfield next month with a tribute to AC/DC.

Hillbilly rockers Hayseed Dixie are set to play The Forum Hertfordshire on Monday, November 4.

And the Welwyn Hatfield Times has teamed up with the Hatfield entertainment venue to offer two pairs of tickets in another music competition.

Hailing from the Appalachian Mountains, the American band will be performing their 2001 album A Hillbilly Tribute to AC/DC in its entirety.

To ensure that the Forum party really kicks off, the band will also be taking requests from the audience to give everyone exactly what they want.

Acknowledged as the creators of the musical genre “rockgrass”, the band said: “If we’ve recorded it and somebody yells it loud enough, we’ll play it.

“If we haven’t recorded it yet, and somebody yells it loud enough, we might give it a go.”

If you fancy winning tickets to join Hayseed Dixie on the Highway to Hell at what will no doubt be one rowdy evening, simply answer the following question:

Songs by which band feature on Hayseed Dixie’s Hillbilly Tribute album?

a) Metallica

b) Iron Maiden

c) AC/DC

To enter, text WHT HAY followed by your answer (A, B or C), name, age, full postal address and email to 80058 – for example: WHT HAY C Terry Smith, 48, The Campus, WGC, AL8 6AP,

Texts cost 25p plus your standard network rate.

The closing date is noon on Friday, October 25.

The winners will be the first correct entries selected at random after the closing date.

Usual Archant promotion rules apply – visit – or call customer services on 0844 3572403.

Tickets for the gig cost £15. To book them online, visit

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