Meet Only Boys Aloud with the North Wales Pioneer



Eirias Stadium will come alive on July 27 as it stages an Olympic Celebration Concert showcasing some of Wales’ top artists as well as being the only Community Live Site in North Wales to catch the Olympic opening ceremony live.

To mark Conwy’s celebration of the London Games, the North Wales Pioneer has teamed up with Conwy County Borough Council to offer two lucky readers a pair of meet and greet tickets with Britain’s Got Talent stars Only Boys Aloud, who will be headlining the once in a lifetime concert.

“A huge audience has seen them on TV, and now people in Colwyn Bay can get to see them live as part of a fantastic concert line-up,” said Only Boys Aloud Musical Director, Tim Rhys Evans.

Other artists performing include former Alarm frontman Mike Peters, West End star Sophie Evans, Last Choir Standing runners-up Côr Glanaethwy and local songstress Sioned Terry.

Sections of the Olympic opening ceremony will be shown on a large screen and the stadium and surrounding areas will have an Olympic feel with flags and banners.

To be in with a chance of winning one of the special pairs of tickets, answer the following question and pop your answer into the Pioneer Office along with your name, address and contact details.

Who did Only Boys Aloud replace as the headline act for the Olympic Celebration Concert?

(The answer can be found on the Access All Eirias website)

One entry per person. All entrants must be able to attend the Olympic Celebration Concert on Friday July 27 at Eirias Park Stadium.

Normal NWN Media competition rules apply.

Visit for full competition terms and conditions.

Tickets for the concert are free of charge and can be reserved for collection from Venue Cymru by calling 01492 872000.

The concert is part of Access All Eirias, which sees activities taking place throughout the park from 10.30am on Friday 27 July, culminating in a concert, headlined by Olly Murs on Saturday 28 July.

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