Win Tickets To ‘Immortal’ Show In Brisbane
The Brisbane Times in Australia have announced a competition to win tickets for Cirque du Soleil’s performance of ‘Michael Jackson The Immortal World Tour’ when it comes to Brisbane for the first time on October 2nd.
Here’s how to apply – good luck!
“And we’ve got three double passes to giveaway. Simply send us your favourite Michael Jackson song, and you’re in the draw. You’ll also be helping us compile a special top 10 Michael Jackson songs of all time, which we’ll play on the day of the opening, live from Brisbane Entertainment Centre at Boondall.
This spectacular music and dance event merges the music and moves of Michael Jackson with the magic of Cirque du Soleil and is a once in a lifetime experience.
An electrifying production, the show includes 49 international dancers, musicians and acrobats. Since its world premiere in Montreal in October 2011, the enormously successful arena production has thrilled audiences across North America, Europe and Asia.
To celebrate the arrival of this amazing show, brisbanetimes.com.au is offering three lucky winners a double pass to see the show on October 2 at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre.
To enter the draw, simply answer the question: “What is your all-time favourite Michael Jackson song?” Please note, you must place your answer in the email subject line to be eligible for entry.
Send your entry complete with your details (name, age, mailing address and contact numbers) to email@example.com with your answer in the subject line.
You’ll be automatically entered in the draw, and your entry will be used as a vote to determine a special Michael Jackson Top 10 countdown on October 2.
Starting at 9am, we’ll bring Brisbane Live to you direct from Brisbane Entertainment Centre where we’ll be touring backstage and talking to some of the remarkable performers from the show.
The competition closes on September 27, 2013. Terms and conditions apply.”
For tour schedule and ticket information, please visit here.
Tickets are on sale here.
Source: Brisbane Times & MJWN