#Competition: Win Two Tickets To See Queen Extravaganza!

Due to popular demand, Queen Extravaganza are returning to the UK for a tour which starts on October 30 at Edinburgh’s Usher Hall, continuing until their final show at London’s Eventim Apollo, Hammersmith, on November 22nd. Essentially Pop gives you the chance to win a pair of tickets to see the show!



The hugely popular live band performance was one of 2016s fastest selling theatre tours, with the group being the official tribute band created by Roger Taylor and Brian May. The shows this year will celebrate the UKs biggest selling album of all time, ‘Queen Greatest Hits’, which was released in 1981, and sold over 6.1 million copies in Britain alone.

You could win a pair of tickets to see Queen Extravaganza on the date of your choice simply by emailing hello@essentiallypop.com answering the following question:

Who created Queen Extravaganza?

Competition ends 5pm (UK time) on March 1.

If you don’t win, tickets for The Queen’s Greatest Hits Tour are available now from seetickets.

You can find out further information about Queen Extravaganza and the tour from their official website, Facebook, and Twitter.

 

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