AND, they’re off! No, we’re not talking about the red noses worn by The Wanted to perform this year’s official Comic Relief song, Gold Fever.
The chart-topping boy band are lined up to launch a new season of live outdoor music concerts after the horse racing at South Yorkshire’s world famous Doncaster Raccourse - home of the oldest classic race the St Leger.
The first Live Music After Racing spectacular this year will feature BRIT nominated five piece The Wanted on Saturday, May 14.
Tickets are available now from the racecourse but also from Sheffield Arena and its Arena Ticket Shop - now a one stop shop for events, concerts and shows at venues throughout the region.
To celebrate, the Arena is giving Star readers the chance to win TEN tickets - five lucky winners get a pair each, plus entry to the horse meeting.
Competition entrants must be aged 18 or over.
The Wanted, a five piece consisting of Jay McGuiness, Nathan Sykes, Siva Kaneswaran, Max George and Tom Parker, were formed in 2009 after a mass audition organised by Jayne Collins, the same woman who put together girl group The Saturdays.
They hit the top spot in the UK singles chart with their debut, All Time Low - ahead of their smash hit self-titled first album, which was released in October.
The Wanted sung this year’s Comic Relief song as part of the fun filled extravaganza which has raised millions for good causes, helping poor and disadvantaged people, at home and abroad.
Now it’s the turn of five lucky Star readers to be laughing - with tickets to see the band at Doncaster Racecourse.
Gates open 4pm and there will be six races, from 6pm to 8.40pm, before the concert.
Guarantee your tickets. Prices, which may be subject to a booking fee, are Premier Suite £43, County Enclosure £33, Grandstand Enclosure £23, 17 and unders £7.50. Buy in person, call 0114 256 5656, book online at www.arenaticketshop.co.uk
The Premier Suite, with its glass front, includes admission to an exclusive bar and lounge situated on the third floor of the Lazarus stand. Seating is limited.
Dress code is jacket and tie for men and smart for women.
The County Enclosure has a great viewpoint of the Winning Post, Saddling Boxes and Parade Ring area.
There’s access to the exclusive Champagne Lawn and Silks Restaurant, plus Grandstand and Family Enclosure facilities.
Dress code is smart and men must wear a collared shirt. This applies to children.
The Grandstand Enclosure, in the heart of the racecourse, is home to the iconic Clock Tower Stand, with viewing access of the Parade Ring, Winning Post and Winners Enclosure. There’s no dress code.
For a chance to win a pair of tickets enter by text or online, by deadline on Friday, March 25, 2011, 10am.
Text STARED1 and leave a space, followed by your full name, house number and postcode, then send to 64343. Texts cost £1 plus your standard network charge.
This will be charged to your mobile phone bill. Get the bill payer’s permission. Do not text after deadline as you may still be charged and your entry will not be entered into our draw.
Or enter for free online, where you will find full terms and conditions - check out our competitions page here at www.thestar.co.uk/competitions.