WIN 2 tickets to Andy C:Alive, Warehouse Project, 19/11/11

Posted by on Monday, November 14th, 2011

Only a few months back, talk of Andy C presenting a live show was merely just a rumour,  buzzing around online forums and dances, and intriguing fans as to just  how he could possibly deliver anything bigger and better than his award winning DJ sets.  But that was quickly silenced after unveiling his debut show in Sheffield at the end of September – a spectacular performance combining both music and visuals controlled in real time by the Executioner himself, contained within a grand space-ship like booth on stage – truly epic!

 

 

 

Fast forward to today, and seven shows into his UK Andy C: Alive tour, this weekend sees the Ram Records boss roll through to Manchester for the final date of the tour,  in collaboration with fabriclive and as part of the world famous Warehouse Project.

Joining him on the night will be a  bass heavy line-up boasting a formidable selection of artists including label buddies Loadstar, dubstep dons Rusko and Benga as well as dBridge, Breakage and Loefah….it’s no surprise the event has already sold out! But worry not all our loyal readers, as we have 2 of the final pairs of tickets available for this Saturday’s event to be won, and they could very well be yours!

To WIN a pair of tickets, simply answer the following question correctly;

 

What year did Andy C set up Ram Records?

 

Email your full name, contact details and answer to email@thisisdrumandbass.com before Thursday 17th November 5pm and 2 winners will be selected at random and notified.

 

And, if the video above didn’t whet your appetite enough, check out just what goes down at the Warehouse Project….

 

 

Read FABRICLIVE Presents Andy C: ALIVE at Warehouse Project 2011

Posted on: 14/11/11 Categories: Competitions TiD&B Features

Comment

© 2012 This is Drum and Bass
Contact

Disclaimer: All content featured on This is Drum and Bass is listed with permission. We urge you to support artists and the industry by purchasing music, and do not by any means, endorse illegal downloading.