[a]Unbelievable Truth[/a] play a special gig at Oxford's Virgin Megastore on May 10  and has 25 free pairs of tickets to claim...

Unbelievable Truth have announced a special gig at Oxford's Virgin Megastore on May 10 - and is giving 25 quick-off-the-mark readers the chance to win a free pair of tickets for the ticket-only show.

The band's hometown show kicks off at midnight on Sunday, May 10 to launch their debut Virgin album, 'Almost Here', which is released the following day (May 11).

To claim a pair of tickets, hopeful gig-goers should visit the Customer Services desk at the Oxford Virgin Megastore (18-20 Cornmarket Street), and say they've seen the Unbelievable Truth ticket offer on News. Tickets for the event will be allocated on a strictly first-come first-served basis.

For those unlucky enough to miss out in Oxford, Unbelievable Truth take to the road throughout May, following a sold-out tour of Britain earlier this month. The dates are: Newcastle Riverside (13), Leeds Cockpit (14), Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall (15), Cardiff Club Ifor Beach (16), Norwich Waterfront (18) Cambridge Junction (19), London LA2 (20) and Manchester University (21).

The band are also tipped to play sets at T In The Park, Reading and Glastonbury Festivals this summer.

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