Win! Tickets For Bryan Adams One-Off Gig

Uncut has five pairs of money-can't-buy tickets for acoustic gig

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Bryan Adams is set to return with his eleventh studio album 11 next month, and to promote it he is playing an eleven date tour, taking in eleven cities in eleven days – and has got five pairs of tickets for the intimate London date to give away!!!

The London show is taking place in St James’ Church in Piccadilly on March 11 just prior to 11‘s release on March 17.

The show will see Adams perform solo, with just an accoustic guitar and harmonica, stripping down his material new and old.

Preceding the new album, his first since 2004’s Room Service, fans can get a taster of the first single ‘I Thought I’d Seen Everything’, by downloading it for free from music retailer HMV here:

To win one of five pairs of tickets to the St James’ Church show simply answer the question by clicking here now.

This competition closes at noon on Monday (March 10). Winners will be notified by telephone/ email. Please include your daytime contact details!

Bryan Adams is playing the following venues next month:

Lisbon, Maxime (March 7)
Barcelona, Espacio Movistar (8)
Milan, Theatre Metropol (9)
Hamburg, St Pauli Theatre (10)
London, St James Church (11)
Paris, Reservoir (12)
Amsterdam, De Koepelkerk (13)
Brussels, Vaudeville (14)
Zurich, Kaufletien Festaal (15)
Vienna, Birdland (16)
Copenhagen, Pakhus 11 (17)

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