A feast of British pop icons and how to be in with a chance to WIN VIP tickets

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Are you ready for feast of British pop icons
Are you ready for feast of British pop icons

If you are ready to meet Prince Charming, even if the Going Gets Tough, then Let's Rock Southampton could be just the day out for Isle of Wight pop fans!

Adam Ant and Billy Ocean are the main headliners for the feast of 80s and 90s music being held on Southampton Common next Saturday (July 9).

And there are many more top stars of the era supporting them, such as Tony Hadley (Spandau Ballet), Nick Heyward (Haircut 100) and Belinda Carlisle.

Add to this Scritti Politti, Tom Bailey of the Thompson Twins, Bad Manners, Roland Gift (Fine Young Cannibals) and many more and lovers of this type of music are in for a treat.

Will you win VIP tickets to Let's Rock Southampton on July 9?

You could be a winner with Let's Rock Southampton and the County Press!

We have a pair of VIP tickets to giveaway to Let’s Rock Southampton, at Southampton Common on Saturday, July 9.

  • The winner must be at least 18 years old (their guest does not have to be 18) and must be able to get to and from Southampton Common. Photo ID must be shown in order for the winner to receive their VIP wristbands.

  • Terms and conditions apply. This prize is non-transferable and cannot be sold.

To take part, visit the Isle of Wight County Press's Facebook Page and find the Let's Rock Southampton competition post, which will be live from 7.30pm tonight (Friday). It will be the one with this picture on it...

Isle of Wight County Press:
Isle of Wight County Press:

The competition will close at 7.30am on Monday, a winner will be picked and random and notified on Monday lunchtime - so keep an eye on your Facebook messages!

Among the stars at Let's Rock Southampton is Adam Ant, who had ten top ten hits including three number ones with Adam and the Ants and were one of the top rock/pop bands of the early 80s.

Billy Ocean is best known for hits such as Red Light Spells Danger and When the Going Gets Tough.

In a festival scene dominated by the same names and themes, Let’s Rock offers something different: gloriously unpretentious non-stop fun where iconic names from pop play hit after hit to a crowd of all ages and, with the addition of two more festival sites for 2022, this years’ Let’s Rock is the biggest yet.

The Let’s Rock 2022 season takes in 13 locations right across the UK, including Southampton Common.

A combined audience of over 150,000 people will be entertained across the Let’s Rock 2022 sites by many of the biggest stars of the era when British pop ruled supreme,

The Isle of Wight's own Level 42 are playing some of the gigs but sadly, not the Southampton one.

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