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WIN: A pair of tickets to Nile Rodgers & Chic at Kingsholm Stadium

Nile Rodgers & Chic are heading to the home of Gloucester Rugby this June - and you could be joining them.

Punchline have teamed up with the promoters, Music+Sport, to offer you the chance to win one of three pairs of tickets to the gig, giving you and a friend the chance to Freak Out! See below to enter.

Nile Rodgers and Chic provide a complete contrast to Olly Murs (who is also performing at Kingsholm this summer) but fans are being warned that

they will dance themselves sore - by the man himself.

A veteran on the circuit at the age of 66, Nile Rodgers has been wowing crowds with favorites like Le Freak and Everybody Dance since the 1970s.

He is promising that some of the people who will take to the Kingsholm pitch will be as worn out at the end as the Cherry and Whites after a bruising encounter.

"We really believe in having fun. Good times and happiness," he said.

"What people have told us on social media is 'my feet are still hurting from two weeks ago when I went dancing to Chic all night'."

Ticket are still on sale from www.musicplussport.com

This competition closed at midnight, 31 May 2019.

By entering the competition, you agree to be subscribed to our daily e-newsletter. One entry per household. No cash alternative. Judge's decision is final. Standard Punchline-Gloucester competition terms and conditions apply.  Winners will be notified via email or telephone and tickets must be collected from the stadium.

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