WIN tickets to see Party Hard singer Andrew WK in Norwich

PUBLISHED: 16:32 09 April 2018 | UPDATED: 16:32 09 April 2018

Album artwork for 'You're Not Alone' by Andrew WK. Photo: Courtesy of Chuff Media

Album artwork for 'You're Not Alone' by Andrew WK. Photo: Courtesy of Chuff Media

Courtesy of Chuff Media

We are giving away a FREE pair of tickets to see Andrew WK at The Waterfront in Norwich on April 18.

Andrew WK. Photo: Courtesy of Chuff MediaAndrew WK. Photo: Courtesy of Chuff Media

It’s safe to say nobody has partied harder, longer or more fervently than Andrew W.K.

A one-man music machine possessed of a single-minded, monomaniacal focus to spread a singular message: That to party is to exist, and to exist is to party, Andrew continues to passionately deliver his extremely high-energy brand of uplifting entertainment.

It’s a mission he embarked upon in 2001, with the release of his debut single and signature tune ‘Party Hard’, and hasn’t swerved from since.

Meanwhile, he has also adopted a dizzying array of roles that took him into virgin territory for a rock ’n’ roll musician.

These include being a columnist for the Village Voice and Vice, the host of a Cartoon Network game show, and a lecturer at Yale, Harvard, Carnegie Mellon and Oxford University.

To be in with a chance of winning the pair of tickets to see Andrew WK in Norwich leave a comment below our post on the Norfolk Going Out Facebook group with why you think you should win.

Please note that the venue has an age restriction of 14+ so please do not enter if you are below the required age.

The competition ends on Friday, April 13. The winner will be notified and entries received after the closing date will not be included. No cash value or alternative. Normal Archant competition rules apply.

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