Your class could join stars at Clyde 1 LIVE

IT'S one of the hottest tickets in Glasgow and the Evening Times could make it yours.

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One lucky school class could win a night out at a Clyde 1 LIVE music event in Glasgow.

The winner, along with their classmates, will get the chance to see Calvin Harris, Leona Lewis, McFly, JLS, Lawson, Labrinth and Amelia Lily perform at the SECC.

Clyde 1 is running a competition for secondary school pupils to win tickets to the event on Thursday, December 13.

And they will be invited to the radio station to collect their tickets where they will get a behind the scenes tour and meet the presenters.

The competition is open to all S4-6 pupils and Glasgow City Council is also backing the competition by providing bus transport for the winning class, both to the station and to and from the event.

To enter, all pupils need to do to is enter their details at and answer a simple question.

Entries close on Wednesday, November 28.

Tickets for Clyde 1 LIVE – cost £27.50, £30 and £50 – are available from Ticket Soup on 0844 395 4000 or

There are also tickets at

Doors open at 6.30pm. Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult.

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