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Free Beyonce tickets for London attraction concert
Published: Friday 17th of April 2009
Tourists will be offered the chance to see pop star Beyonce at a London attraction for free as part of a new competition.
The singer is due to give away 1,300 tickets for a gig at the London O2 Arena on November 15th.
Fans will be able to win tickets care of chewing gum company Trident, which will run a weekly draw that all consumers are welcome to enter.
One thousand winners will be selected every week, with the draw running until May 31st.
Beyonce fans can start buying eligible packets of the gum from April 20th and can enter the draw on the Trident website.
The chewing gum manufacturer is also expected to offer VIP tickets at a later date.
Beyonce's appearance at the O2 will follow the sell-out stint at the venue by Michael Jackson.
The king of pop will undertake his first pop concert in years when he takes to the stage at the London attraction in July.
For those tourists with different tastes, the 115th BBC Proms will be taking place throughout July, August and September at the Royal Albert Hall.
London Pass holders can get a free guided tour of the Royal Albert Hall.
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