And the winners are… WIN! VIP meet and greet tickets to see Jacob Sartorius in Manchester and London


Jacob Sartorius is coming to the UK next month and we’re giving two lucky Maximum Pop! readers the chance to snap up a pair of VIP tickets for his shows in either Manchester or London.

As fans of Jacob already know, the two UK shows are to promote Jacob’s brand new EP ‘Left Me Hangin’, which is due out on Friday 6th October.

So, if you’re free and can get to the Academy 1 in Manchester on Sunday 8th October or the O2 Forum in London on Monday 9th October, you may wanna enter this comp and get in on the action.

Not only will the tickets give you and a mate access to the concert, but you’ll also get the chance to meet Jacob and take a complete boss selfie that will make all your Instagram followers jealous. Sounds like a pretty sweet prize, right? We thought so.

To enter the competition, all you need to do is fill in the form below. Please note that there are two separate forms (one for Manchester and one for London) so make sure you enter your details into the right one to be in for the chance of winning.

It’s also worth pointing out that (unfortunately!) the competition does not cover travel. You’ll have to make your own way to the concert so you may wanna ask your parents if they can give you a lift to the venue before you enter.

The competition will close on 29th September and the winners will be picked at random shortly after. Good luck!

Win a pair of VIP tickets to see Jacob in Manchester…

Win a pair of VIP tickets to see Jacob in London…

This competition is now closed…

Congrats to your winners

  • Emily H. (Manchester)
  • Amy T. (London)

What’s your favourite song by Jacob Sartorius? Who would you take to the gig with you if you won these tickets? Let us know in the comments below. To find out more about the Jacob Sartorious tour you can click here.

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Written by Emma Matthews

Emma is a freelance journalist at MP.

When she’s not writing articles for Maximum Pop!, you’ll find her attending gigs, geeking out over the latest beauty products and reading feminist literature. Hermione is her favourite Harry Potter character - obviously.

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