Win ticketsto the sold-out NME tour

This year's O2 NME Rock n Roll Riot Tour! headlined by rock's coolest threesome the Fratellis, with support from the Horrors, the Maccabees and the Dykeenies, comes to UEA, Norwich, on Monday.

This year's O2 NME Rock n Roll Riot Tour! headlined by rock's coolest threesome the Fratellis, with support from the Horrors, the Maccabees and the Dykeenies, comes to UEA, Norwich, on Monday.

Glaswegian three-piece the Fratellis, already known for their sweaty crowd-surfing antics, have taken the UK charts by storm over the last few months with the singles Henrietta and Chelsea Dagger and their debut album Costello Music.

The Fratellis' raucous, sleaze-pop goes head-to-head against the Horrors' rattling goth-rock. Barely out of their teens, the Southend band have built up a loyal following based on the sold-out and highly-collectable singles Death at the Chapel and Sheena is a Parasite. The Horrors are set to release a new single, Count In Fives, on October 30.

Brighton's indie mavericks the Maccabees and the Dykeenies, Glasgow's answer to the Killers, complete the line-up.

Tickets have completely sold out for this hot tour, but you can still be there thanks to EDP Event which has teamed with the NME to offer you and a mate the chance to be part of this year's O2 NME Rock n Roll Riot Tour!

To win one of three pairs of tickets just answer this question:

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Name the frontman of the Fratellis

Email your answer, along with your name and daytime telephone number, to colin.wilson@archant.co.uk

Entries to arrive no later than this Sunday. The three winners will be drawn at random from all correct entries received. No cash alternative. Prize is non-transferable. No purchase necessary. Normal Archant competition rules apply. Winners will be notified by 10am on Monday.

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