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Here’s how you can win tickets to see rock titans Muse at their comeback show

The Big Issue has five pairs of tickets to give away for the Muse concert in London on May 10. Want a chance at winning them? Here’s what to do.

Global rock icons Muse are set to play a landmark show in support of The Big Issue on Tuesday May 10, playing London’s Eventim Apollo in Hammersmith with support from Razorlight.

The night before that they are also playing to raise funds for War Child and Medecins Sans Frontieres.

The shows mark a post-Covid live return for the global stars. Both gigs are now, unsurprisingly, sold out. But, The Big Issue has five pairs for Tuesday to give away.

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All you have to do is:

  1. Buy The Big Issue, either from your local vendor or in a Co-op or other local store
  2. Take a photo of yourself holding the current edition (May 2)
  3. Post that photo to one of The Big Issue social media accounts (Twitter @BigIssue, Instagram @BigIssueUK, Facebook @BigIssueUK) and add the hashtag #SupermassiveBigIssue

“We’re delighted to have the opportunity to work with Muse and Razorlight for this one-off event that helps to mark The Big Issue’s 30th anniversary,” said Russell Blackman, managing director of commercial for The Big Issue. “It is an event that will raise vital income so that we can continue to support the most marginalised in society through our frontline services, across the UK.”

The competition will end at midnight on Friday May 6. Winners will be notified by Monday May 9.

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T&C’s:  The closing date for the competition is Friday, 6 May 2022. All entries must be received before midnight on the closing date. Buying the magazine and entering via social media is encouraged but if that is not possible, email an entry to editorial@bigissue.com. Winners will be selected by The Big Issue. The winner will be notified by email. Prizes are non-transferable and there are no cash alternatives or any other gift. If contact cannot be made within 1 day, the prize will be forfeited and may be passed on to another entrant.

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