Win Ellie Goulding/Primary 1 tickets!

28/03/2010

Ellie Goulding and Primary 1 play at the Rescue Rooms on 6 April, and this is your chance to win a pair of tickets...


Ellie Goulding

Ellie Goulding

Ellie Goulding and Primary 1 are playing the Rescue Rooms on 6 April, and we’ve got a pair of tickets to give away to one lucky winner.

Ellie Goulding came top of the 'BBC Sound of 2010' poll and recently picked up the Critics Choice Award at the Brits following in the footsteps of Florence & The Machine. Her debut album ‘Lights’ reached Number 1 on the UK Album Charts.

Supporting Ellie Goulding is hot new act Primary 1, who releases his first single The Blues' on April 12. Featuring the syrupy vocal talents of ex-Cardigans singer Nina Persson and described by The Guardian Guide as "lovely and delicate", The Blues provides a glimmering introduction to Primary 1.
 
Primary 1
Primary 1
 
To win these tickets, just answer this simple question:
 
To celebrate Primary 1's support slot with Ellie Goulding and the release of his new single, please tell us  what the three main primary colours are?
 
All answers should be sent by email to music(at)leftlion.co.uk* with the title ‘Ellie/Primary 1 Comp’ including your name and telephone number by midday on Friday 2 April. The winner will be picked at random.
* Replace (at) with the @ symbol
 
‘Lights’ by Ellie Goulding is out now. She is currently on tour around the UK. Please visit her website for more information.
 
The new single from Primary 1 The Blues is available to download from his official website.

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