Win tickets for Reel Big Fish and Less Than Jake in Bristol

Reel Big Fish

Reel Big Fish

With Christmas just around the corner we decided to team up with our friends at O2 Academy Bristol to giveaway tickets for one of their most highly anticipated gigs in the new year. On the evening of Sunday 2nd February most people will be winding down and readying themselves for another week of work, but one lucky reader of The Fix won’t be one of them as they will be bopping their heads and joining in on the mayhem for Reel Big Fish‘s joint UK headline tour with Less Than Jake. Fans of ska/punk will be in for a treat as these two legendary bands take to the stage and with Zebrahead in support it really will be a feast of upbeat music. So, how do you enter? It’s simple. Either ‘like’ our Facebook page and send us a message saying “I want tickets!” or retweet a post about this competition from our Twitter page and you’ll go into a draw. The winner will be announced on Christmas Eve! If you want to find out more about Reel Big Fish head to www.reel-big-fish.com and to find out more about Less Than Jake go and take a browse at www.lessthanjake.com For details of all gigs at O2 Academy Bristol visit their website by clicking here
Less Than Jake

Less Than Jake

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