Win Tickets To The Birth Of Bowie – Phil Lancaster & The London Boys!


Posted 3 weeks ago in Competitions

The ever popular Dublin Bowie Festival, is now well underway, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the release of The Man Who Sold The World with a superb and innovative programme inspired by the late great Mr. David Bowie.

As proud Partners of the Festival we are delighted to offer readers the opportunity to win tickets to a number of unique events, including The Birth Of Bowie – Phil Lancaster & The London Boys, at the Sugar Club Dublin, this Friday January 10th at 8pm.

The event features a very special Q&A with former 60s Bowie drummer Phil Lancaster (The Lower Third), with a live set from 60s Bowie specialists The London Boys. Hosted by Pat Carty of Hot Press, Phil will also be selling and signing copies of his recent book ‘At The Birth of Bowie’ after the show.

To be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets, simply make sure you’re signed up for our Newsletter, and tell us the answer to the following question:

What is the name of the 60s Bowie specialists performing at the event with Phil Lancaster as part of this year’s Dublin Bowie Festival?  Email your answer with your name and contact phone number to competitions@totallydublin.ie

Winners will be notified by email.

Good Luck and keep an eye out for our other competitions, including a chance to get Face To Face With The Men who Sold the World, as Tony Visconti and Woody Woodmansey settle back for a chat on the closing day of the festival. Details are on our Facebook page.

The Birth Of Bowie – Phil Lancaster & The London Boys, Sugar Club Dublin Friday January 10th, 8pm

Dublin Bowie Festival supported by Totally Dublin runs from Wednesday January 8 to Sunday January 12

Take a gander at five of our festival picks here.

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