Win tickets to see Jeff Lynne’s ELO at intimate gig

The show takes place at Liverpool Echo Arena on April 4

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Jeff Lynne’s ELO begin a 12 date UK tour next month.

The tour begins on April 5 in Liverpool and climaxes with four nights at London’s O2 Arena.

We have FIVE pairs of tickets to give away to the final rehearsal and full show run through at the Liverpool Echo Arena on April 4.

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This will be an incredibly intimate event, with a crowd of just 150.

To be in with a chance of winning, just answer this question correctly:

What is the name of ELO’s debut album?

Send your answer along with your name, address and contact telephone number to UncutComp@timeinc.com by noon, Friday, April 1.

A winner will be chosen from the correct entries and notified by email. The editor’s decision is final.

Here’s some housekeeping…
Doors from 3pm, show to start 4pm: no entry after this.
All mobile phones are to be handed in at entry.
Competition winners only, no reviews.
Refreshments will be available.
No travel, accommodation or expenses to be covered.

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Good luck!

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