A CHANCE to catch Celtic legends The Fureys in Rhyl is just around the corner.

The Irish band will share four decades of incredibly craft with the Pavilion this month.

Renowned for their hit songs I Will Love You, When You Were Sweet 16, The Green Fields of France, Leaving Nancy and Steal Away, the five piece have been entertaining audiences worldwide for 41 years.

The band was formed in 1978 - literally by accident.

George, Paul and Davey were playing in Denmark with their own band called the Buskers and Eddie and Finbar, while touring in Germany were involved in a road accident.

When George and Paul got news of the accident they immediately travelled to Germany to be with their brothers. They then decided that they should all be playing together and this was the start of The Fureys.

Inevitably changes have occurred over the years, however George and Eddie have continued to delight audiences on tour and recently released The Fureys…40 years on…to be continued.

Their unforgettable and evocative music continues to awaken overwhelming emotions in many awestruck audiences, with everything from tears and laughter, sadness and joy being offered in appreciation.

Over the years appreciative audiences have included former Australian Prime Minister John Howard, Former Irish President Mary McAleese and the late Pope John Paul while Tony Blair has publicly stated his favourite peace song of all time is The Fureys' Green Fields of France.

Join the band for their return to Rhyl at the Pavilion on Thursday, February 28 at 7.30pm.

Tickets are £21.50, with concessions available, to book visit rhylpavilion.co.uk or call the box office on 01745 330000.

To be in with a chance of winning the two tickets, all you have to do is answer the following question: Where are the "green fields" that inspired one of the band's hits? All answers must be emailed to duncan.rieder@newsquest.co.uk by midnight on Sunday, February 24.