Win a double pass to see The Killers at an exclusive intimate show in Sydney

One of the world’s biggest rock bands The Killers are return to Sydney to play an intimate show at a top-secret location, and American Express are giving you the chance to be one of just 400 people invited to experience it.

Supported by singer-songwriter Alex Cameron, who hails from Sydney, the band is set to play the gig at the end of the Australian leg of their massive tour which will see them play in 5 different cities over 7 nights.

All you need to do to enter is head over to this website and register to be in the running to score some sweet tix. The competition is open to all Australian residents aged 18 and above, and there are 200 double passes to be given away, but you better hurry – the competition ends on May 8th at 9am AEST.

The Killers first debuted in 2004 with their hit album Hot Fuss which included tracks such as “Mr Brightside” and “Somebody Told Me”, and are now regarded as one of the most recognised rock-bands in the world. This isn’t the first time the band have been down in Australia in the last 12 months, having infamously headlined the 2017 AFL Grand Final in Melbourne as well as hosted a free show at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.


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