LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM -- (Marketwired) -- 06/14/13 -- With the summer festival season in full swing and the sunshine and warmer weather bringing the celebratory spirit to life, the Barclaycard Facebook page is giving away tickets to Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park in its latest prize draw, courtesy of Barclaycard Unwind.
Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park is set to be a must-see celebration of music, comedy and family entertainment spanning ten days of non-stop action across several stages and zones in Hyde Park. The event promises to be a completely unique experience for Londoners and will feature some of the biggest names in pop music from the last five decades, leading comedians and entertainers from around the world, and midweek programmes full of theatre, film, literature, and sports activities for all to enjoy.
Six different dates during the exciting Hyde Park entertainment series will be on offer, with five pairs of tickets being given away for each, and participants can select from a dropdown list of dates and headlining acts when submitting their entry to the prize draw. The headlining acts for the dates on offer are: Bon Jovi on Friday 5 July; The Rolling Stones on Saturday 6 July or Saturday 13 July; JLS, The Beach Boys and The Saturdays on Sunday 7 July; Elton John on Friday 12 July; and Lionel Richie and Jennifer Lopez on Sunday 14 July.
Music fans can enter for the chance to win this exciting prize courtesy of Barclaycard Unwind by simply visiting the Barclaycard Facebook page and either clicking on the prize draw tab or following the links within the Facebook wall posts. Entry to the prize draw is free and will close on Sunday 16 June at 23:59 (complete terms and conditions are available at http://bit.ly/BcardPrize).
Alongside prize draws and access to exclusive offers and benefits, the Barclaycard Facebook profile fosters conversations through engaging campaigns and informative updates about company news and technological developments. The page welcomes both customers and non-customers alike, providing a central hub to discuss and share appreciation for the brand.
About Barclaycard Unwind:
Barclaycard Unwind gives customers easy access to the events they want to see, including music, comedy, exhibitions and theatre, through partnerships with some of the UK's preeminent entertainment events and brands such as the Mercury Prize, The Ticket Factory, AEG and British Summer Time.
By visiting Barclaycard Unwind (www.barclaycardunwind.com), customers can enjoy access to tickets for must-see gigs and one-off live sessions with some of the UK's most in-demand artists, Fee Free Fridays, pre-sales for the biggest and best events, fast-track entry, and the ultimate entertainment experiences.
As part of Barclays Retail and Business Banking, Barclaycard has become a leader in offering innovative, convenient and flexible payment options to businesses and consumers alike. The company has established a significant international presence with 28.8 million customers globally and operations in the UK, United States, Europe, and Africa.
Barclaycard is deeply involved in pioneering the technology driving contactless mobile payments, designed to create seamless integration with the needs of the future. To view a diverse range of credit card options, or for more information about recent developments in the field of contactless payments, please visit www.barclaycard.co.uk.
The author of this article is a part of a digital marketing agency that works with brands like Barclaycard. The content contained in this article is for information purposes only and should not be used to make any financial decisions.
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