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Win tickets to see Slipknot in London

We gave listeners the opportunity to see Slipknot perform in London on Sunday 26 January 2020. Please note this competition has now closed, and winners will be notified by Thursday 23 January 2020.

Competition Rules

1. The competition is open to all residents of the UK, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man aged 18 years or over, except BBC Group company or Somethin’ Else employees, their close relatives or anyone connected with the competition or the prize being offered. Proof of identity and eligibility may be required. The BBC reserves the right to disqualify any entrant or winner who breaches these rules.

2. The competition will open for entries at 21:00 on 19 January 2020 and close at 23:59 on 21 January 2020.

3. You will need to complete the online entry page including answering the question. The correct entries will be pooled. The 25 winners will be selected at random from the pool of correct entries and contacted by 23 January 2020.

4. Entrants must be available via the phone number they have provided. If, after reasonable attempts a winner cannot be contacted, that entrant’s participation in the competition ends and another winner will be selected at random from the pool of correct entries.

5. The prize consists of a pair of tickets to see Slipknot perform in London on 26 January 2020. 25 pairs of tickets will be available – one pair to each winner.

6. The prize is as described above. There is no cash alternative and the prize cannot be sold or transferred in any circumstances.

7. Travel to the event, any accommodation and any other cost will be solely at the entrant’s expense and the BBC will not reimburse those selected for any such costs.

8. Further details on prize fulfilment will be communicated to the winners. It is the winner’s responsibility to ensure they follow the instructions given and that they and their guests meet the entry criteria for the event. Winners are responsible for checking the entry requirements of the venue. The BBC will not be responsible for any failure by the ticket holders to gain entry or re-entry to the event due to the behaviour of the ticket holder or their failure to meet the admission requirements of the event.

9. Winners should disclose any health or accessibility requirements of themselves or their guests. The BBC will endeavour to meet the winner and/or guest’s needs, however the BBC is not responsible for the venue and availability.

10. The BBC’s decision is final. No correspondence relating to the selection will be entered into.

11. The names of winners will be made public.

12. The BBC reserves the right to: (i) disqualify any entries that breach these rules, are in any way fraudulent or where the entrant brings the BBC into disrepute; (ii) disqualify any entrant, withdraw or substitute any prize should an entrant, winner or guest at any stage exhibit inappropriate or dangerous behaviour (including, but not limited to, being under the influence of drugs, alcohol or causing a nuisance) at any point in relation to the prize or any on-air activity (if relevant); and (iii) cancel the prize at any stage, if deemed necessary in its opinion, or if circumstances arise outside its control.

13. The BBC, Somethin’ Else, their sub-contractors, subsidiaries and/or agencies cannot accept any responsibility whatsoever for any technical failure or malfunction or any other problem which may result in any entry not being properly registered.

14. To the extent permitted by law, the BBC will not be liable for any loss or damage (whether such damage or losses were foreseen, foreseeable, known or otherwise) including financial, reputational loss or disappointment.

15. The BBC’s Terms of Use apply to this competition.

16. These Rules are governed by the laws of England and Wales. The competition is administered by the BBC and Somethin’ Else, and promoted by the BBC.

17. The BBC’s code of conduct for competitions applies to this competition. You can read more about it here.

Privacy Notice

Your trust is very important to us. This means the BBC is committed to protecting the privacy and security of your personal information.

This privacy notice describes how we collect and use personal information about you during and after your relationship with us, in accordance with data protection law.

You can find additional information here. Find out more about information and privacy.

What information we will collect and how we will use it?

The BBC will process the personal information that you provide to us when you participate. This personal information is name, age, contact number, and contact email address. We will process this information to enable us to administer the competition and contact you in the event that you are successful in the competition.

Our lawful basis to process your personal information.

The BBC has a legitimate interest to process your personal information: to administer our competition and increase audience engagement with our show.

The BBC has considered the nature of the processing and the impact on you. We will not process your personal information where your rights override our interests.

Who do we share you information with?

The BBC will share your information with Somethin’ Else, the independent production company that makes the Rock Show for BBC Radio 1, in which this competition will feature.

How long do we retain your information for?

If you are unsuccessful, the BBC will retain your information until 3 months after the competition has ended. The winners’ personal information will be retained for a period of two years for regulatory reasons.

Your rights and more information

If you have any questions about how the BBC handles your personal information, or you wish to find out about your rights, please visit the BBC's Privacy and Cookies Policy. You will also be able to find out more information about how the BBC processes your information and how you can contact the BBC’s Data Protection Officer.
If you raise a concern with the BBC about the way it has handled your personal information and you are dissatisfied with the BBC's response, you are entitled to lodge a concern with a supervisory authority. In the UK, the supervisory authority is the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO).