WIN 2 Tickets to BONGO’S BINGO LAUNCH OF THE NORTHERN PRIDE FESTIVAL

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Closing Date: 11 July 2019

WIN 2 Tickets to Bongo’s Bingo in launch of the Northern Pride Festival at Newcastle’s Boiler Shop on the 19th July @ 6:30pm.

BIG PRIZES, pop tunes and a special guest performance will all feature at the opening night of one of the UK’s biggest free LGBT+ festivals.

Organisers of the Northern Pride Festival have teamed up with club night favourite, Bongo’s Bingo, to host a one-off event at the launch night of this year’s festival on Friday 19 July.

And the evening will also feature a live show from MOBO award-winning group Big Brovaz and R&B group Booty Luv, best known for hit songs Baby Boy and Boogie 2nite.

The popular bingo club night – where singing along to favourite pop classics and dancing on the table mid-game is encouraged – first started in Liverpool and has now toured all over the UK and abroad.

Players will also be able to make the most of the fun fair and a range of food stalls and bars at the Pride event, which takes place at the Festival Arena at Newcastle’s Town Moor.

 

Please note: Both attendees must be 18+

 

For your chance to WIN 2 Tickets to Bongo’s Bingo in launch of the Northern Pride Festival at Newcastle’s Boiler Shop on the 19th July, simply answer the following question below:

Where did the popular bingo club night first start?

Winners will be contacted via email, good luck.


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