1 Aug 2006
Section 25 Competition - win Salford gig tickets 
Section 25 play The King's Arms, Salford on Friday 11 August 2006. Support comes from Kevin Hewick and there will also be a screening of special excerpts of the LTM documentary Shadowplayers (post-punk Manchester 78-82). It's all brought to you by those lovely people at RedRec Promotions.

Cerysmatic Factory is giving you the opportunity to win a pair of tickets to the gig. All you have to do is answer one question, which is:

"What studio was Section 25's first single recorded at?"

Answers via the Contact form (with subject "SXXV Comp") by 22:00 BST Saturday 5 August 2006. The lucky winner will be notified by email.

Advance tickets available now from www.ticketweb.co.uk and tickets are priced GBP 7.00 advance / 9.00 on the door. There is also a 24 hour credit card phone line for ticket sales which is 08700 600 100.

Kings Arms
11 Bloom St
Salford
M3 6AN

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