MUSIC fans could win a pair of tickets to rock and roll band Slydigs’ biggest headline show thanks to a partnership between Warrington Music [WAM] and Network Warrington.
Slydigs will be performing at the Parr Hall with electro funk band The Winachi Tribe, psychedelic rockers Psyblings and fuzz pop four-piece The K’s on March 16 to celebrate grassroots music website [WAM]’s fifth birthday.
Network Warrington has agreed to display 100 event posters on its buses across the town to help promote the celebration.
The event which will bring together four of the biggest artists from the town. Headliners Slydigs spent much of 2015 and 2016 touring with The Who across North America and Europe and were described by the iconic rockers, as one of their ‘favourite supports’
The four piece who headlined Warrington Music Festival in 2013 and 2017 released their latest EP, How Animal Are You?, in May.
To win a pair of tickets, all you need to do is to upload a photo of the poster in any of Network Warrington’s buses on social media with the hashtag #5YearsOfWAM .
Lee Harman, editor of [WAM], said: “I am very happy to be working with Network Warrington to raise awareness for the website’s huge birthday bash next year.
“I’ve worked previously with Network Warrington, hosting a series of acoustic sessions at the bus interchange a few years ago and they did not hesitate to help with this event.”
“No doubt many of the people who will be attending to our concert will regularly use Network Warrington buses so, on their way to work or to see friends, they could bag themselves a pair of tickets for one of the hottest nights in town.
Slydigs headline Five Years of [WAM] at Parr Hall on March 16. Tickets are on sale now at pyramidparrhall.com with less than half of standing tickets left available online.
Network Warrington is proud to operate the majority of bus services within the Warrington area. We also run services to Leigh, Altrincham, Northwich, Newton-le-Willows and Earlestown. We carry over 6 million passengers per year using a fleet of over 90 buses.
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