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Countdown to Music Week

The Kaiser Chiefs, Chemical Brothers, Madness and more in stellar Liverpool Music Week line-up. And today we have tickets for Hard-Fi to give away.

Published on November 8th 2007.

Countdown to Music Week

It soared great heights last year, but this time it's going to hit the stratosphere.

We're talking about Liverpool Music Week, now brought to you by those winning pop promoters Cream who gave us the fabby Knowsley Hall Music Festival this summer and, of course, Creamfields.

Guaranteed to be a big pleaser for the partying pre-Christmas crowds, Liverpool Music Week runs from Thursday December 6.

For anyone who didn't know already, the very impressive line-up includes the Kaiser Chiefs, Hard- Fi, Madness, The Chemical Brothers, Pendulum, Good Shoes, The Bees, and New Young Pony Club.

In keeping with the ethos behind Liverpool Music Week, some of the North West’s freshest talents have been confirmed too, including the lovely and talented Candie Payne, Wirral based trio The Rascals, a firm favourite with the Arctic Monkeys having supported them this year, plus two other acts from the Deltasonic stable, Wigan band The Suzukis, and The Tigerpicks. Plus no North West musical bill would be complete without rock and roll rompers The Maybes?. This is the tip of the iceberg for local bands performing at this year's Liverpool Music Week with lots more still to be announced.

Lasting 11 days, Liverpool Music Week takes place at venues all over the city, including Aintree Pavilion, Carling Academy, Philharmonic Hall, Nation, the Zanzibar and a host of other bars and cafes.

Today we have two tickets for the marvellous Hard-Fi, who open Liverpool Music Week, to give away to one lucky Liverpool Confidential reader.

The band's first album Stars of CCTV was NME's album of the year and was nominated for the Mercury Prize. It reached number 1 in the UK albums chart last year.

Hard-Fi play Aintree Pavilion on Thursday December 6 and if you want to buy tickets for this or any other event, go to Ticketline.

But if you're a gambler, fill in the boxes below and then just forget all about it. We'll do the rest.

Closing date: November 5.

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Thank you for your interest, but this competition closed to further entries on November 8th 2007.

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