Win tickets to see Keane play in Battle

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KEANE are coming home to play their first gig in Battle in nine years.

In 2004 as part of the campaign to launch their debut album ‘Hopes and Fears’, Keane played a show at Battle Memorial Halls for a selection of friends, family and competition winners.

Almost 10 years, five consecutive number one albums, two Brit Awards, four Q Awards and an Ivor Novello award later they are returning to Battle Memorial Halls to play a special acoustic set on November 18.

The Battle Observer has teamed up with the band to offer three lucky readers the chance to win a pair of tickets each.

It’s a chance to see a huge international band in an intimate venue which is special to them.

We have three pairs of tickets to give away. To be in with a chance of winning please answer the following question: From which town do Keane originate? A) Battle B) Eastbourne C) Brighton

Then send a text message starting with hlo keane, the answer to the question (a, b or c) plus your name, house number (or house name) and postcode to 61500. The total message must not exceed 155 characters.

All text messages cost £1 plus standard network charge.

Messages received after the closing date will not be counted but may still be charged.

Example of message: hlo keane a, b or c john smith 1 ab1 23cd

Entries must be in by midnight on November 3, 2013

Winners and guests must be aged over 18 (with ID).