Thursday, November 15, 2007

WIN Front Row Tickets & A Signed Elton Piano

The Gold Coast Bulletin is giving you the chance to WIN front row seats to see Elton John perform at Elysian Fields, Sunday November 25.

For your chance to WIN FRONT ROW TICKETS (2 double Gold Passes to be won) Plus "Live at Madison Square Garden" -DVD collectors box!

Simply collect 2 of Elton's Album covers (1 published daily from 15th to 20th November) attach them to the entry coupon (published daily from November 15th to 20th) and send them to 'Elton John Competition" P.O. Box 4999, GCMC 9726.

There is also 5 consolation prizes of DOUBLE SILVER TICKETS & "Rocket Man - Definitive Collection CD".

IMAGINE tinkling the ivories on your very own Elton John-autographed white Yamaha baby grand piano.

In one of the most exciting competitions the Townsville Bulletin has ever run one lucky reader will win this amazing piano.

The white Yamaha baby grand with its very special signature will take pride of place and become an amazing conversation piece in someone's home.

The competition, run in association with Yamaha Music Australia, will start in Saturday's newspaper with an entry form for readers to cut out.

Readers will then have to collect a coupon from the Bulletin every day next week to enter the competition.

The winner will be announced on the night of Sir Elton's North Queensland concert after the support act has performed.

It is believed this will be the world's first white Yamaha baby grand piano signed by Sir Elton.

He's taken the signing pen out before on six black Yamaha pianos and also a limited-edition release of 50 red pianos produced for Yamaha.

One of those red pianos was sold recently for more than US$50,000.

The Townsville Bulletin's readers are the only fans singled out by Sir Elton during his Australian tour for this very special treat.

The Rocket Man Solo Tour date for Townsville has been labelled a coup for North Queensland by industry insiders and is expected to attract even more big-name acts to the city in the future.

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