Win tickets to see Eric Prydz at Alexandra Palace

PUBLISHED: 14:22 31 October 2011

Prydz-Epic show at Global Gathering 2011

Prydz-Epic show at Global Gathering 2011

(C)2011 Antonio Pagano

SWEDISH house music legend Eric Prydz will be headlining the Together Winter Music Festival at Alexandra Palace on November 26.

Pioneering the Scandinavian house explosion before his chart-bothering countrymen the Swedish House Mafia, Prydz will be bringing his genre-busting EPIC show to the London establishment – and the Welwyn Hatfield Times has a pair of tickets to give away for the two-day show, which starts on Friday, November 25.

Prydz’s live show has been described as “mindblowing”, and has filled up London’s legendary Brixton Academy and left the Global Gathering festival in awe in the summer.

A further 30 acts across four stages will be showcased at what has been dubbed “the UK’s biggest dance music all-nighter this year”.

Among the stellar supporting cast will be Pete Tong (live on BBC Radio 1), progressive house hero John Digweed and Dutch tech-trance titan Sander van Doorn, whose dance floor destroyers have included remixes and collaborations with Robbie Williams, Arctic Monkeys, Depeche Mode and The Killers.

The bill also features (among many more) Fake Blood, Vitalic and Simian Mobile Disco.

The event runs from 10pm to 6am on both nights and early bird tickets are currently on sale for £25 plus booking fee.

Tickets are available from www.ticketmaster.co.uk – 0844 847 1674, www.hmvtickets.com and www.seetickets.com

To stand a chance of winning a pair of tickets to the Together Winter Music Festival, simply answer the following question:

Which country is Eric Prydz from?

a) Belgium

b) Sweden

c) Libya

Send your answer by post to Eric Prydz Competition, Welwyn Hatfield Times, 31A Howardsgate, Welwyn Garden City, AL8 6AP or email to comps@whtimes.co.uk with Eric Prydz in the subject line.

Please include name, age, address and contact number.

The closing date is noon on Wednesday, November 2.

Normal Archant rules apply.


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