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We’re giving away two tickets to ‘An Evening with Anthony Joshua & The Samba Carnival Experience’ which is going to be held at The ICC, Birmingham on the 10th June 2017. To be in with a chance of winning, read the following post which has all of the key information you need, including the Terms and Conditions of the Prize Draw.
As the Olympic Super Heavyweight and IBF Heavyweight World Champion, Anthony Joshua has made a well respected name for himself as a boxing great. For the very first time and just 5 weeks after his win over Wladimir Klitschko, AJ is set to come to Birmingham for a special night where he will tell his story, live and unscripted. With a Brazilian carnival setting, this event will ooze style and authenticity with a great Rio-esque atmosphere… it’s definitely not to be missed. For one night only, you’ll have the opportunity to get up close and personal with rising world star Anthony Joshua as he relives what has made him who he is today.
What’s included in the prize?
Two tickets to the event, with both tickets including the following:
What do you have to do for a chance to win?
The steps for entering our amazing Prize Draw are simple. All you need to do is make sure you have liked the Lightbox Facebook page, shared the Prize Draw post on your personal Facebook profile and entered your email address via this link; by giving us your email address too, it means that we have another way of getting in touch should you win.
not so small print (T&Cs)
By participating in the prize draw you are confirming that Facebook are in no way associated with the Promotion. You are providing information to us Lightbox and not Facebook.
The winner will be drawn at 9am on Monday 5th June 2017 and will be contacted straight away via the given email address. Due to the short space between the prize draw and the event, if the winner doesn’t reply within 24 hours of being notified, then an alternative entrant will be awarded the prize.
Please read the following conditions carefully: