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Win best seats for the best tribute; Competition.

SIT in the best seats in the house for a Town Hall concert that is sure to get you singing along.

We have six pairs of tickets to give away in a competition to win tickets for a concert which will feature the music of one of the world's best-loved super-groups, Abba.

The Very Best Of Abba comes to Huddersfield Town Hall on Saturday, March 15, courtesy of arguably the best UK Abba tribute group.

Judge for yourself as guests in the Mayor's Box at the Town Hall. You'll hear all the Abba hits in a 90-minute show that re-creates the sound that made the Swedish band famous across the world.

Bootleg Abba were formed in 1996 with the idea of trying to re-create the live sound and studio recordings of Abba (almost an impossibility!).

But they clearly got somewhere close, because after their first show at the Forum London they were quickly asked to perform the Abba hit Waterloo for the BBC TV's Really Useful show.

Bootleg Abba have played to audiences throughout theUKand have even travelled as far as Singapore and Kazakhstan!

Their Huddersfield show begins at 7.30pm. If you are not lucky enough to win in our competition tickets are pounds 12 (pounds 11 concessions) from Kirklees booking offices.

To win one of our six pairs of free tickets to the concert just tell us the name of the Abba hit that this tribute band were asked to sing on the Really Useful show.

Put your answer on a postcard and send it, with your full name and address, to Bootleg Abba Competition, Features Department, Huddersfield Daily Examiner, PO Box A26, Queen Street South, Huddersfield HD1 2TD.

Entries close one week today and tickets will be posted to winners.
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Publication:Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England)
Date:Feb 29, 2008
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