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Win Tickets To See Kim Wilde Live In Paris With Flights And Overnight Stay

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To celebrate Kim Wilde joining Isle of Wight Radio, we've got an incredible experience to kick off 2024 for one lucky couple!

We're offering our Hidden Island members the chance to win a pair of tickets to see this iconic artist live at the L'Olympia live in Paris on Saturday 10th February, along with return flights from Gatwick Airport (10-11 February) and an overnight stay in the city.

Known for hits such as 'Kids In America' and 'You Keep Me Hangin' On', Kim holds the record for being the most-charted British female solo act of the 1980s, with seventeen UK Top 40 hit singles!

Still an incredible performing artist to this day, we're also delighted to announce Kim will be presenting a new Sunday afternoon show - The Kim Wilde 80s Show - on Isle of Wight Radio from January 21st (2pm - 6pm), celebrating the best hits and tracks of the decade.

As part of the prize you'll get two tickets to see Kim live on the aforementioned date, with Easy Jet flights from Gatwick to Paris Charles de Gaulle, leaving at 08.15am on the 10th and returning 16.35 on the 11th (small under seat cabin bag included)*.

You'll then stay at the Hôtel Châteaudun Opéra in the city for one night - more information can be found here. 

To stand a chance of winning the tickets, just enter our random draw before the competition closes on Wednesday January 31, at which point we'll let the winner know - best of luck!

Please note you must be a Hidden Island member to enter - you can sign up for free here. 

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*Extra baggage required will be at the responsibility and cost of the winner. Total Sense Media (TSM) is not responsible for any flight changes, delays or cancellations. Should any issues occur which results in the winner being unable to attend, TSM will endeavour to arrange an alternative date, though TSM is not legally beholden to this and is not responsible for any external factors which may result in the winner being unable to take the prize.

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