Chance to meet pop sensations Westlife!

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ARE you the world’s biggest Westlife fan?

If so, here’s your chance to get up close and personal with the boy band heart-throbs when they come to Doncaster for a huge outdoor concert later this month.

For we are giving one lucky Free Press reader the chance to rub shoulders with the Irish pop sensations and meet the band when they play at the Keepmoat Stadium on July 30.

Nicky, Kian, Mark and Shane are set to be the hottest date in town this summer with tickets being snapped up by fans from across the country – and you could be there too with this fabulous Free Press competition.

We have a pair of tickets to give away, PLUS the chance to meet and greet the boys ahead of their bumper Keepmoat show.

Westlife have racked up an incredible 14 number one singles and seven number one albums in a career spanning 13 years – and they will be following in the footsteps of Sir Elton John, Canadian rocker Bryan Adams and fellow boy band sensations McFly, who have all appeared at the stadium in recent years. Hits such as Flying Without Wings, You Raise Me Up and Uptown Girl have made them one of pop’s hottest properties, with millions of albums and singles sold across the globe.

Tickets are on sale now priced at £35 through the box office on 01302 762576, via the website at www.keepmoatstadium.com and through ticket agencies Ticketmaster and Seetickets.

But to stand a chance of winning we want to find the town’s biggest Westlife fan.

Maybe you’ve seen them in concert 100 times, wallpapered your house in Westlife posters, or you’ve had the band names tattooed on your body!

All you have to do is fill in the coupon in this week’s Free Press and then send us an attached letter of no more than 100 words explaining why YOU are the group’s biggest fan and why you should win. Send your entry to Westlife Competiton, Editorial Department, Doncaster Free Press, Sunny Bar, Doncaster, DN1 1NB by no later than first post on on July 15.

Alternatively e-mail your entry to editorial@doncastertoday.co.uk