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AC/DC, BMTH and more taking part in awesome Teenage Cancer Trust Christmas raffle

Teenage Cancer Trust have announced an amazing Christmas raffle featuring one-of-a-kind prizes from AC/DC, Bring Me The Horizon, Enter Shikari and more.

AC/DC, Bring Me The Horizon, Enter Shikari, Architects and more have announced that they are taking part in a very special Christmas raffle for Teenage Cancer Trust, offering up one-of-a-kind prizes for just £5 per ticket.

The majority of bands are offering up a personalised prize’ for the lucky winners, with AC/DC, Horizon, Bullet For My Valentine, Don Broco, Enter Shikari, Nothing But Thieves, Skindred, Thunder, Twin Atlantic, The Who and You Me At Six all under that banner, each artist presenting something unique to their band.

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Bring Me The Horizon, for example, will be giving the raffle winner a personalised video message, an autographed and personalised vinyl copy of their last EP Post Human: Survival Horror, and an autographed Parasite Eve print. AC/DC will be giving away a vinyl copy of POWER UP that has been signed and personalised by frontman Brian Johnson, while Architects and The Damned will be donating merchandise bundles.

This ace raffle runs from December 17 to January 3, 2021, with the winner drawn at random by Music Glue once it closes. Prizes will be distributed as soon as possible following the raffle end.

Head here to get raffling – good luck!

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Posted on December 17th 2020, 11:11a.m.
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