Wednesday, 24 March 2010
Teen Today : Win VIP Tickets To Fugative's 16th Birthday Bash
"Time for teentoday.co.uk to hang our heads in shame as we admit that the whole Fugative phenomenon passed us by. Fear not though Fugative fans – we’re making amends now with an absolutely massive competition to win VIP tickets to his 16th Birthday Party. Hit see more to check out the details.
Here at teentoday.co.uk, we’re slowly coming to terms with the fact that we’re too old to know what’s cool anymore. Turns out Fugative is very cool indeed – you even told us so (quote chelseaR4 ‘Fugative is amazing and he is absolutely gawguss’). In an immense display of massive overachievement for a 15 year old, self-styled ‘hip-popster’ Fugative sings, raps, plays the keyboard, produces and writes his own material, has his own record label and opened Radio 1’s Switch Summer Road Show whilst his song In The Summertime stayed in the urban top five for 17 weeks, follow-up Jimmy Shoe received over a million hits on Youtube and his new single, Crush, is out on 10 May. Well, that certainly puts our 97% in the Year 11 spelling bee to shame.
Back in the day, our Sweet 16th comprised of a cosy meal with friends, followed by an awkward return home where our parents embarrassed potential boyfriends by digging out the baby photos. Not so for Fugative. Instead he’s hosting a very special birthday bash at the Ministry of Sound on Thursday 15 April, with performances from the man himself plus Funky S, Aggro and other guests.
We’ve got 2 pairs of VIP tickets to the event up for grabs – VIP means you get a meet and greet with the delicious Fugative (swoon), access to a special VIP room, goody bags and signed posters. Not too shabby, hmm? But after the Sugababes party debacle, where it turned out neither the winners, runners-up, other entrants or even randomers off Twitter could actually go to the event, PLEASE make sure you are free on Thursday 15 April, between 6.30-10.30pm and are able to make it to the Ministry of Sound (103 Gaunt Street, London, SE1 6DP; nearest Tube station, Elephant & Castle on the Bakerloo or Northern lines)."
To find out more, and to enter the competition, click here and visit Teen Today