WIN: Festival Tickets to BBC Music's Biggest Weekend!

There are three pairs of tickets to the festival in Coventry up for grabs

Published: May 17, 2018 at 1:37 pm

BBC Music presents The Biggest Weekend – a huge music festival taking place across four sites, in four nations, over four days.


We are offering three readers the chance to win a pair of tickets for the BBC Radio 3 stage in Coventry on Monday 28 May.

Join presenter Katie Derham at War Memorial Park for a day of exceptional music, including violinist Nigel Kennedy, folk musician Eliza Carthy and the Wayward Band, GoGo Penguin, guitarist Miloš Karadaglić, Angelique Kidjo, Jon Boden, JK and Dinosaur. Click here for the official 2018 line-up.

The event will also include a Strictly Come Dancing spectacular, featuring Strictly dancers performing with the BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by Gavin Sutherland.

Nigel Kennedy says: 'I’m inspired by all kinds of music from across the world. I’m also inspired by people and by passion. Music should not be pigeon-holed and I have always believed that. So it’s great to be involved in an event which celebrates diversity across live musical genres with artists new and old.'

Kennedy will be performing highlights of his new interpretation of Vivaldi's Four Seasons with the BBC Concert Orchestra.

The Biggest Weekend is the single biggest music event on the BBC across TV, radio, online and mobile.

To enter, simply head to the BBC Music Magazine Twitter page and retweet and like this tweet.


Travel to the event, accommodation and any other costs will be solely at the entrant’s expense and the BBC will not reimburse those selected for any such costs. By accepting the tickets you also accept and agree to be bound by the event. Read the Terms and Conditions here. Competition closes Tuesday 22 May.

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