WIN 2 Tickets to see The National Jumpin' Jacks @ Newcasltle


Closing Date: 18 December 2017

WIN 2 tickets to see The National Anthems @ Jumpin’ Jacks Newcastle on Friday 22nd December (must be 18+)  including the screening of Oasis live @ Knebworth before our live show!

Taking place at the newly launched live music venue Jumpin’ Jacks (above The Dog and Parrot) opposite the Centre for Life, the five-piece Britpop tribute, The National Anthems, will headline and host a Christmas spectacular on Friday December 22 featuring a full screening of Oasis’ legendary 1996 concert performance at Knebworth.

The National Anthems, who have just signed to a new national agent to oversee major national dates in 2018, have said they want to perform a special show for their fellow Geordies before turning their attention to a UK wide tour in the New Year.

Based on Tyneside, The National Anthems are made up of a collective of Newcastle based musicians who have created a new dedicated band to represent an era of music which has witnessed a wave of nostalgia in recent times, the National Anthems’ guitarist, David, was in the last band to perform with Oasis before they split in 2009

Taking their musical cues from the likes of 90s legendary acts such as Oasis, Blur, Pulp The Stone Roses and The Verve, The National Anthems have made it their mission to produce an authentic and electrifying Britpop infused experience like no other.

To win answer the following question: What is the name of the guitarist in The National Anthems who had once performed with oasis?

Event date: Friday 22nd December

Enter Competition

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.


Events Finder


Join the club and receive special offers for events and much more
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

WhatsOn Blog

View All


HORROR MOVIE scenes are set to come to life this autumn, with a brand new attraction unveiled for the North’s biggest scream park.

Read More

PREVIEW: Durham Book Festival

Founded in 1990, Durham Book Festival is one of the country’s oldest literary festivals, which traditionally takes place every October in some of Durham’s most impressive historic venues, but this year it will be taking place online due to COVID-19.

Read More