Win Your Very Own BRITS Concert In Your Living Room!

Posted on: January 6th, 2010 by Jason 1 Comment

How would you like to have a BRITs winner singing live in your living room? Imagine Tom Jones Sting, Robbie Williams, Take That, Pet Shop Boys, Rod Stewart Annie Lennox or Coldplay (ok maybe not Coldplay) singing to you whilst you enjoy a front row seat on your comfy sofa! You can choose from the BRITs winners from the last 30 years!

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Make sure your room is tidy as your dream could come true as MasterCard, the proud sponsors of the BRITs for 12 years is offering the public the chance to win their very own BRITs concert live in their living room.

Ben Rhodes, VP for Marketing UK and Ireland from MasterCard commented, “The opportunity to have one of the outstanding BRITs acts performing in your own living room is a money-can’t-buy experience for any music fan. MasterCard wanted to mark this special anniversary for the BRITs, as well as celebrate our longstanding partnership with them, by giving the fans something remarkable and most importantly, priceless, to enjoy”.

To enter the exclusive competition visit the MasterCard Priceless Living Room Gig. The competition closes on 23rd January 2010 and soon after; one lucky winner will be surprised by one of the BRITs stars turning up on their front door for a private performance.

Footage from the Priceless Gig will be turned into a series of idents during The BRIT Awards with MasterCard’ broadcast Live on ITV1 – Tuesday February 16th 2010. The winner and the nine runners up will also receive a pair of VIP tickets to attend the Awards.

So who would you like to see in your front room if you won?

Enter the MasterCard Priceless Living Room Gig Competition

Just One Comment So Far...

  1. libra100 says:

    Robbie Williams, Elvis (rocker days) and Queen would be good, although without Freddie Mercury and Elvis, two of these great acts would be impossible.

    Interesting seeing how pop stars and bands have changed through the years, although surprisingly, there is still lots of interest in bands from when I was younger. For example, The Beatles, Elvis (recent programmes on TV), Queen, and many others.

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