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Win a superfan competition to meet The Loveable Rogues

PUBLISHED: 15:00 15 August 2013

The Loveable Rogues.

The Loveable Rogues.

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The Loveable Rogues want to meet their superfan when they perform at Hornchurch Live next weekend.

The competition has been launched by organisers Havering Council, and includes winning a signed t-shirt and to meet the group on Saturday, August 24.

The Romford chart sensations, who shot to fame after appearing on Britain’s Got Talent last year, will be headlining the music festival at Harrow Lodge Park.

Despite not winning the show, the group was signed to record label Syco and their debut single, What a Night, made the top 10 of the UK music chart

To be in with a chance of meeting Sonny, Brett and Te you can post on the Facebook wall www.facebook.com/HornchurchLiveFestival; tweet @hornchurchLive using #LRSuperfan, or email at events@havering.gov.uk

The competition closes at midday on Wednesday, August 21, and the winner will be announced on Thursday, August 22.

Also performing at Hornchurch Live will be singer Tich, who will be performing her new single Obsession; Max Milner, who appeared on the BBC talent show The Voice; and The Boxettes, a five-piece girl group who beat-box and sing.

The line-up on the pop stage includes: Lose Control Dance, Nancee, Leanne Louise, Ray Isaacs, James DeCosta, JunkCake, Lydia White, Hope Murphy, Nellie Bell, The Kites, and Emel Michael.

The event will also feature a dedicated rock stage, which will include performances from singer-songwriter Gary Hellman and headline act Lit Like Vegas, a five-piece alternative rock band.

The following two days the Havering Show will continue the entertainment at Harrow Lodge Park.

The headliners will be 1960s group The Hollies; other acts performing on Sunday include The Tremeloes and David Van Day.


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