You could put your questions to the Iron Maiden legend at Palais Theatre this October.
Download Festival Melbourne have the most epic prize up for grabs, offering one lucky metaller the ultimate Christmas gift.
If you’ve forever dreamed of getting to experience Download Festival UK in the flesh, then listen up as this is a once-in-a-lifetime competition.
You and a friend could win flights, accommodation and RIP tickets to DOWNLOAD FESTIVAL UK IN DONINGTON, courtesy of Download Festival Melbourne.
Yes, that’s the legendary Donington Park where all the most influential names in rock and metal have made history.
All you need to do to have the chance to win is purchase your tickets to Download Festival Melbourne 2018 before 11:59PM on Sunday 31 December. Already purchased GA or RIP tickets? You’re automatically entered into the draw too.
The prize is a RIP Metal Meadow Package to Download Festival UK, including 2 x return economy flights (excluding transfers) from any major city in Australia, 2 x RIP Weekend Festival tickets, private VIP campsite with toilets and warm showers, car parking, RIP entrance to the arena, Download Guest Area Weekend Pass, RIP’s Doggie Bag and exclusive RIP 2018 t-shirt. Accommodation comprises of 1 x Luxury Bell Tent for 2 occupants (twin or double) with padlock, ground sheet and carpet flooring, beds with mattress and all linen and pillows, bath towels, small mirror, hanging room light, bedside tables with lights, 2 x chairs and foldable table, rug and doormat.
The prizes are not transferable or exchangeable and cannot be taken as cash. The Promoter reserves the right to change the prize to one of equal or greater value at any time if the prize becomes unavailable.
Download Festival will debut in Australia next March, having unveiled its inaugural lineup last month.
The world’s premiere rock and metal festival arrives down under on Saturday 24 March at Melbourne’s Flemington Racecourse, presented by Live Nation, Unified and Secret Sounds.
Californian alt-metal heavy weights Korn will headline the one-day festival, joined by Prophets of Rage, Limp Bizkit, Mastodon, Good Charlotte, NOFX, Suicidal Tendencies, Gojira, Amon Amarth and many more.